The CIA and the U.S. Intelligence System

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The CIA and the U.S. Intelligence System

By Scott D. Breckinridge
Westview Press, 1986
364 pp.
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A useful but anodyne description of the public legislative and administrative history of the Central Intelligence Agency, mentioning almost no names, maintaining perfect discretion. The author served with the CIA for 26 years, six as deputy inspector general.

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