Secrets: The CIA's War At Home

Number 14357
Subject Federal Government
Source Center for Investigative Reporting (San Francisco)
Year 1997
Publication Date September 1997
Summary Beginning with the CIA's attempt to prevent damaging information about its activities in Vietnam from being published in the U.S. press, formal and official secrecy and censorship has spread throughout the federal government and is being continued even in the post-Cold War period.
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Keywords book; CIA; Vietnam post-Cold War; federal secrecy; censorship; federal government
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