CIA under Regan, Bush, and Casey the evolution of the Agency from Roosevelt to Regan by Ray S. Cline

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  • United States. -- Central Intelligence Agency.

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Other titlesSecrets, spies, and scholars.
Statementby Ray S. Cline.
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LC ClassificationsJK468.I6
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Open LibraryOL22631342M
ISBN 100874914426, 0874914434

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intelligence agencies (collectively. From the CIA perspective, it was never clear exactly when Reagan and Casey finally decided on the CIA directorship. Within a three-week period in November and December, Casey at first denied to Turner the press stories that he would become DCI; later, before the briefing of 11 December, he telephoned Turner to confirm that indeed the press.

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