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Central Intelligence Agency: An Instrument of Government, to 1950
Arthur B. Darling (au); Bruce D. Berkowitz & Allan E. Goodman (in). This unique history offers the most detailed & documented account of the early years of the CIA currently available. It reveals the political & bureaucratic struggles that accompanied the creation of the modern U.S. intelligence community. In addition, it proposes a theory of effective intelligence organization, applied both to the movement to create the CIA & to the form it eventually took. The period covered by this study was crucially important because it was during this time that the main battles over the establishment, responsibilities, & turf of the agency were fought. Photos.
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