Merchants of Treason: America's Secrets for Sale

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Delacorte Press, 1988 - Political Science - 378 pages
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This book stands out as the first comprehensive analysis of why we are losing so badly in the game of counterespionage. Illustrated.

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This is a disquieting book, by the authors of Rickover , about one U.S. intelligence breach after another. Not only have members of key intelligence agencies, the CIA, NSA, and military services sold ... Read full review

Contents

Contents Introduction
1
A Tale of Two Ships
5
From Passion to Pay
24
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Thomas B. Allen is an author and editor. For more than fifteen years he served with the National Geographic Society as associate chief of the book service. He edited the million-plus bestseller "We Americans" and has published numerous works of fiction and non-fiction, including "War Games. "Allen and Polmar have collaborated in writing seven books and numerous articles. Both live in the Washington area.

Norman Polmar is a leading expert on naval and aviation matters. An internationally known analyst, consultant, and award-winning author, Polmar has written more than 40 books, including, with K. J. Moore, "Cold War Submarines: The Design and Construction of U.S. and Soviet Submarines " (Brassey s, ISBN 1-57488-594-4) and "Historic Naval Aircraft: From the Pages of Naval History Magazine" (Brassey s, ISBN 1-57488-572-3). He is a columnist for the U.S. Naval Institute's "Proceedings" and "Naval History" magazines. Polmar lives in the Washington, DC, area.

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