The Company: A History of the Central Intelligence Agency

eBook (PDF), 181 Pages
Price: $12.50
The CIA has been the subject of continuing public scrutiny, much of which has focused on the Agency's abuses. This history examines the CIA's organizational evolution, evaluating the influences that have shaped the Agency and determined its activities. A historical study of this nature serves two important purposes. First, it provides a means of understanding the CIA's structure. Second, and more importantly, by analyzing the causal elements in the CIA's pattern of activity, the study illuminates the possibilities for and obstacles to future reform in the United States foreign intelligence system. Today the CIA is identified primarily in terms of its espionage and covert action capabilities, i.e. spying operations and political action, propaganda, economic, and paramilitary activities designed to influence foreign governments.
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September 28, 2011
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