Table of contents for Espionage : a reference handbook / Glenn Hastedt.

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Preface and Acknowledgments,
1 Espionage in the United States,
	The American Revolution,
	The Early Republic,
	The Civil War,
	World War I and the Interwar Years,
	World War II,
	The Cold War,
		The American Challenge,
		The United States on the Offensive,
	The Post-Cold War Period,
	Post-September 11, 2001,
2 Understanding the Contemporary Espionage Debate,
	Spies and Spy Catchers,
	Espionage and the Nature of World Politics,
	Espionage and Surprise,
	Espionage and the Intelligence Cycle,
	Espionage and the National Security Bureaucracy,
	Espionage and National Security Threats,
	Economic Espionage,
	Controlling Espionage,
	Counterespionage and National Security,
	Espionage and 9/11,
3 Espionage around the World,
	Great Britain,
		Kim Philby,
		Jonathan Jay Pollard,
		Larry Wu-Tai Chin,
	Soviet Union/Russia,
		Oleg Penkovsky,
	Other States,
4 Biographical Sketches,
		Rudolf Abel (1903-1971),
		Aldrich Ames (1941-),
		James Jesus Angleton (1917-1987),
		Benedict Arnold (1741-1801),
		Lafayette Baker (1826-1868),
		Whittaker Chambers (1901-1961),
		Frank Church (1924-1984),
		William Donovan (1883-1959),
		Allen Welch Dulles (1893-1969),
		Felix Dzershinsky (1877-1926),
		Klaus Fuchs (1911-1985),
		Rose O'Neal Greenhow (1815?-1864),
		Nathan Hale (1755-1776),
		Lee H. Hamilton (1931-),
		Philip (Robert) Hanssen (1945-),
		Alger Hiss (1904-1996),
		John Edgar Hoover (1895-1972),
		Joseph McCarthy (1908-1957),
		Robert S. Mueller III (1944-),
		Richard Milhous Nixon (1913-1994),
		A. Mitchell Palmer (1872-1936),
		Jonathan Jay Pollard (1943-),
		Oleg Vladimirovich Penkovsky (1919-1963),
		Harold "Kim" Philby (1912-1988),
		Allan Pinkerton (1819-1884),
		Francis Gary Powers (1929-1977),
		Thomas Joseph Ridge (1945-),
		Julius Rosenberg (1918-1953) and Ethel Rosenberg (1915-1953),
		Sir William Samuel Stephenson (1896-1989),
		George J. Tenet (1953-),
		Ralph Van Deman (1865-1952),
		Elizabeth Van Lew (1818-1900),
		John Walker (1938-),
		Herbert Yardley (1889-1958),
5 Documents,
		Presidential Order, July 11, 1941,
		Military Order, June 13, 1942,
		The Central Intelligence Agency (National Security Act of 1947, July 26, 1947, Excerpts),
		Executive Order 13228 Establishing the Office of Homeland Security and the Homeland Security Council,
		The Department of Homeland Security: Homeland Security Act of 2002, November 25, 2002 (Excerpts),
		Coordination of Counterintelligence Activities (Title 50, Section 402 of the U.S. Code, Excerpts),
		Loyalty Programs: Executive Order 9835, 1947 (Excerpts),
		Laws Governing Espionage: Title 18 of the U.S. Code Sections 793, 794, 798, 783b (Excepts),
		Laws Governing Economic Espionage: Economic Espionage Act of 1996 (Excerpts),
	Evidence of Domestic Spying,
		Statement by Senator Frank Church, October 21, 1975,
		Project MINARET: Domestic Spying on Antiwar Protestors,
		Project SGPOINTER/HGLINGUAL: Mail Openings,
6 Chronology,
7 Print and Nonprint Resources,
	Journal Articles,
	Government Documents,
	Electronic Sources,
About the Author,

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Espionage History 20th century, Espionage History, Spies History 20th century, Espionage, Spies, Intelligence service