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CIA & Vietnam Policymakers: Three Episodes 1962-1968
Harold P. Ford (a.); Gerald K. Haines (foreword). Reviews the Intelligence Community’s analytic performance during the chaotic Vietnam era, with particular focus on the efforts of CIA analysts. Offers a candid view of the CIA’s intelligence assessments concerning Vietnam during three episodes between 1962 & 1968 & the reactions of senior U.S. policymakers to those assessments. Shows that CIA analysts had a firm grasp of the situation in Vietnam & expressed doubts that heightened U.S. military pressure alone could win the war. Contrary to the opinions voiced by Robert McNamara & others, this volume illustrates the expertise CIA officers brought to the Vietnam question. Photos.
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