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Historical Dictionary of United States Intelligence - Michael A. Turner

Historical Dictionary of United States Intelligence


Published: 8th December 2005
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This compendium of over 500 entries on the most important and relevant personalities, programs, activities, and agencies of U.S. intelligence, beginning with the Sons of Liberty before the onset of the Revolutionary War until the most recent reorganization of the U.S. intelligence community, covers the myriad pieces of legislation that have governed the activities of U.S. intelligence. Each entry is cross-referenced for easy navigation and provides a definition as well as a brief but complete historical evaluation of the subject. This volume traces more than two centuries of history in the chronology. The introduction explains just what intelligence is and does, and shows how U.S. intelligence operations have evolved. Appendixes list Directors and Deputy Directors of Central Intelligence. The bibliography provides the most relevant and important sources for those interested in further reading.

Editor's Foreword
Acronyms and Abbreviations
A. Directors of Central Intelligence
B. Deputy Directors of Central Intelligence
About the Author

ISBN: 9780810865211
ISBN-10: 0810865211
Format: ePUB
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 352
Published: 8th December 2005
Publisher: University Press of America