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The Truth About the CIA
Eclipse: The Last Days of the CIA, by Mark Perry
The New York Review of Books, May 13, 1993, pp. 49-55
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Reviewed Books and Films
  1. Eclipse: The Last Days of the CIA (1992)
    2 Reviews
  2. Casey (1990)
    From the OSS to the CIA
    3 Reviews
  3. Afghanistan: The Bear Trap (1993)
    The Defeat of a Superpower
    1 Review
  4. Red Web (1993)
    MI6 and the KGB Master Coup
    1 Review
  5. The FBI-KGB War (1986)
    A Special Agent's Story
    4 Reviews
  6. Cold Warrior (1991)
    James Jesus Angleton: The CIA's Master Spy Hunter
    9 Reviews, 2 Readable
  7. Molehunt (1992)
    The Secret Search for Traitors that Shattered the CIA
    1 Review
  8. No Other Choice (1991)
    The Cold War Memoirs of the Ultimate Spy
    1 Review
  9. The Cambridge Spies (1991)
    The Untold Story of Maclean, Philby, and Burgess in America
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  10. The Spy Who Saved the World (1992)
    How a Soviet Colonel Changed the Course of the Cold War
    4 Reviews, 1 Readable
  11. The Central Intelligence Agency (1990)
    An Instrument of Government, to 1950
    3 Reviews
  12. General Walter Bedell Smith as Director of Central Intelligence (1992)
    October 1950-February 1953
    3 Reviews
  13. Moscow Station (1989)
    How the KGB Penetrated the American Embassy
    1 Review
  14. The Old Boys (1992)
    The American Elite and the Origins of the CIA
    3 Reviews
  15. America's Secret Eyes in Space (1990)
    The U.S. Keyhole Satellite Program
    3 Reviews
  16. American Espionage and the Soviet Target (1987)
    2 Reviews
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