Gentleman Spy: The Life of Allen Dulles

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University of Massachusetts Press, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 641 pages
"Grose has produced what must be the most comprehensive account to date of the CIA's deeds and misdeeds during the cold-war years. It makes an absorbing story". -- (London) Sunday Times

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A compelling biography of a man who was present at the birth of America's foreign intelligence apparatus and went on to run the CIA under presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy. Grose (A Changing Israel ... Read full review

Gentleman spy: the life of Allen Dulles

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Benefiting from access to newly opened sources, this book describes how Dulles used his natural charm to win friends, discover information, and work his way to the top of the CIA. Grose, who has years ... Read full review



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