Spying for America : the hidden history of U.S. intelligence / Nathan Miller.
By: Miller, Nathan.Material type: TextPublisher: New York : Paragon House, 1989Edition: 1st ed.Description: xi, 482 p.,  p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1557781869; 9781557781864.Subject(s): Military intelligence -- United States -- HistoryAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Spying for America.DDC classification: 327.1/273 Other classification: 15.85
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Bibliography: p. 459-470.
1. The spy as amateur: George Washington, spymaster. Spies who went out into the cold. "Surrounded by spies". A more perfect Union. Nobody here but us patriots. Amateurs at war. War by other means. "On special service" -- 2. The spy as professional: The beginnings of professionalism. Prophet without honor. Twilight of intelligence. Enemies within ... and without. The road from Pearl Harbor. The unsecret service -- 3. The spy as bureaucrat: Onward Cold War soldiers. The struggle for the world. To bear any burden. All honorable men. An age of uncertainty. Once more into the breach.