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Prefaces to The Secret Team


Chapter 1 - The "Secret Team" - The Real Power Structure

Chapter 2 - The Nature of Secret Team Activity: A Cuban Case Study

Chapter 3 - An Overview of the CIA

Chapter 4 - From the Word of the Law to the Interpretation: President Kennedy Attempts to Put the CIA Under Control

Chapter 5 - "Defense" as a National Military Philosophy, the Natural Prey of the Intelligence Community

Chapter 6 - "It Shall Be the Duty of the Agency: to Advise, to Coordinate, to Correlate and Evaluate and Disseminate and to Perform Services of Common Concern..."

Chapter 7 - From the Pines of Maine to the Birches of Russia: The Nature of Clandestine Operations

Chapter 8 - CIA: The "Cover Story" Intelligence Agency and the Real-Life Clandestine Operator

Chapter 9 - The Coincidence of Crises

Chapter 10 - The Dulles-Jackson-Correa Report in Action

Chapter 11 - The Dulles Era Begins

Chapter 12 - Personnel: The Chameleon Game

Chapter 13 - Communications: The Web of the World

Chapter 14 - Transportation: Anywhere in the World - Now

Chapter 15 - Logistics by Miracle

Chapter 16 - Cold War: The Pyrrhic Gambit

Chapter 17 - Mission Astray, Soviet Gamesmanship

Chapter 18 - Defense, Containment, and Anti-Communism

Chapter 19 - The New Doctrine: Special Forces and the Penetration of the Mutual Security Program

Chapter 20 - Krushchev's Challenge: The U-2 Dilemma

Chapter 21 - Time of Covert Action: U-2 to the Kennedy Inaugural

Chapter 22 - Camelot: From the Bay of Pigs to Dallas, Texas

Chapter 23 - Five Presidents: "Nightmares We Inherited"

Appendix I

Appendix II

Appendix III