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Look Over My Shoulder: A Life in the Central Intelligence Agency
Richard Helms (au); William Hood (au); Henry Kissinger (fr)
Helms served longer in the CIA than anyone else Here is his biography -- revealing, news-making, & with candid assessments of the controversies & triumphs of a remarkable career. Helms entered the military in 1942 & volunteered for the OSS; in 1945 he joined Allen Dulles in Switzerland. Helms remained in OSS carryover units until the CIA was formed in 1947. He served as chief of station, with respon. involving E., Europe, the USSR, & Latin Amer., & was exec. officer of the Counterintelligence Staff when he retired from the CIA. In this memoir, Helms also focuses on subjects such as intelligence collection, covert action, the uses & misuses of intelligence, & the problems secret intelligence encounters in an open society. B&W photos.
Your Mental Health: A Layman's Guide to the Psychiatrist's Bible
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