Intelligence Organizations Are Secretive By Nature And Shun Public Scrutiny, Yet This Lack Of Transparency Has Not Discouraged Journalists, Historians, Authors, And Others From Investigating And Positing About Their Activities The Contributors To This Volume Examine Different Types And Genres Of Intelligence History Written Since The End Of World War II, From Memoirs And Scholarly Texts To Conspiracy Laden Expos S And Spy Novels Each Chapter Is Grounded In New Archival Materials And Centers Either On A Particular Book Or Series Of Books, Weighing Issues Of Production, Censorship, Representation, And Reception
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- Intelligence Studies in Britain and the Us Intelligence Studies in Britain and the U.S.
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