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Contents: Volume I Preface Tables Directory of All Contributors (Vols. I-V) Volume I. 1. An Introduction to the Intelligence Studies Literature Loch K. Johnson 2. Cloaks, Daggers, and Ivory Towers: Why Academics Don't Study U.S. Intelligence Amy B. Zegart 3. Studying Intelligence: A British Perspective Timothy Gibbs 4. Democratic Deficit Be Damned: The Executive Use of Legislators to Scrutinize Intelligence in Canada Stuart Farson and Reg Whitaker 5. Sources and Methods in the Study of Intelligence: A British View Len Scott 6. Searching Where the Light Shines? An American View of Methods for the Study of Intelligence Michael Warner 7. The Challenges of Intelligence Analysis John Hollister Hedley 8. The Intelligence-Policy Nexus James J. Wirtz 9. Sorting the Wood from the Trees: Were 9/11 and Iraq "Intelligence Failures"? Peter Gill 10. Intelligence of the Past; Intelligence for the Future Harold M. Greenberg 11. National Intelligence in the Age of Transparency Kristin Lord Appendices for Volume I A. Intelligence Excerpts from the National Security Act of 1947 B. A Brief History of U.S. Intelligence C. The U.S. Intelligence Community (IC), in 1985 and in 2006 D. An Aerial Photograph of the Central Intelligence Agency, 1996 E. Leadership of the U.S. Intelligence Community, 1947-2006 F. Sherman Kent on the Need for an Intelligence Literature G. Excerpts from the Aspin-Brown Commission on the Purpose and Challenges of Intelligence H. A Tale of Counterintelligence Glossary Index
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Intelligence service -- Government policy.