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Excellent story, couldn't put it down. My opinion of the USA and the CIA has changed foreverPublished 13 days ago by Ms j Gordon-Jones
I've always wondered why this agency, that I thought had messed-up everything it touched was considered as a solid governmental agency. So, I looked for a book of its history. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Richard A. Root
This is a very well-written book that is nonetheless deeply flawed. The writer is deeply biased against the intelligence services per se. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Don G. Schley
This book is a must have for history nuts.
Whether you like to read about the history of the U.S or specific history topics like the CIA, this book is amazing! Read more
I've only read half of the book so far, but it is an eye opener on one of the most powerful organization in the U.S. from its stumbling beginning to its troubling present.Published 1 month ago by David Salgado
Overall a good read with solid research! However, Mr. Weiner continually treats the reader to constant reminders of his political bias and his utter disdain of former President... Read morePublished 3 months ago by M.L. Herring
This is the best book on the history of "the agency" since Veil: The Secret Wars of the CIA, 1981-1987 Bob Woodward.A huge book but a fast read.Published 4 months ago by zz top