Table of contents for Legacy of ashes : the history of the Central Intelligence Agency / by Tim Weiner.

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LEGACY OF ASHES
Chapter One: ¿Intelligence must be global and totalitarian¿
Chapter Two: ¿The logic of force¿
Chapter Three: ¿Fight fire with fire¿
Chapter Four: ¿The most secret thing
Chapter Five: ¿A rich blind man¿
Chapter Six: ¿They were suicide missions¿
Chapter Seven: ¿A vast field of illusion¿
Chapter Eight: ¿We have no plan¿
Chapter Nine: ¿CIA's greatest single triumph¿
Chapter Ten: ¿Bomb Repeat Bomb¿
Chapter Eleven: ¿And then we¿ll have a storm¿
Chapter Twelve: ¿We ran it in a different way¿
Chapter Thirteen: ¿Wishful blindness¿
Chapter Fourteen: ¿Ham-handed operations of all kinds¿
Chapter Fifteen: ¿A very strange war¿
Chapter Sixteen: ¿He was lying down and he was lying up¿
Chapter Seventeen: ¿Nobody knew what to do¿
Chapter Eighteen: ¿We had also fooled ourselves.¿
Chapter Nineteen: ¿We¿d be delighted to trade those missiles¿
Chapter Twenty: ¿Hey, boss, we did a good job, didn¿t we?¿
Chapter Twenty-one: ¿I thought it was a conspiracy¿
Chapter Twenty-two: ¿An ominous drift¿
Chapter Twenty-three: ¿More courage than wisdom¿
Chapter Twenty-four: ¿The beginning of a long slide downwards¿
Chapter Twenty-five: ¿We knew then that we could not win the war.¿ 
Chapter Twenty-six: ¿A political H-bomb¿
Chapter Tweny-seven: ¿Track down the foreign communists¿
Chapter Twenty-eight: ¿What the hell do those clowns do out there in Langley?¿
Chapter Twenty-nine: ¿USG WANTS A MILITARY SOLUTION¿
Chapter Thirty: ¿¿We are going to catch a lot of hell¿
Chapter Thirty-one: ¿To change the concept of a secret service¿
Chapter Thirty¿two: ¿A classic fascist ideal¿ 
Chapter Thirty-three: ¿The CIA would be destroyed¿
Chapter Thirty-four: ¿Saigon signing off¿
Chapter Thirty-five: ¿Ineffective and scared¿
Chapter Thirty-six: ¿He sought to overthrow their system¿
Chapter Thirty-seven: ¿We were just plain asleep¿
Chapter Thirty-eight: ¿A free-lance buccaneer¿
Chapter Thirty-nine: ¿In a dangerous way¿
Chapter Forty: ¿He was running a great risk¿
Chapter Forty-one: ¿A con man¿s con man¿
Chapter Forty-two: ¿To think the unthinkable¿
Chapter Forty-three: ¿What are we going to do when the Wall comes down?¿
Chapter Forty-four: ¿We had no facts¿
Chapter Forty-five: ¿Why in the world didn¿t we know?¿
Chapter Forty-six: ¿We¿re in trouble¿
Chapter Forty-seven: The threat could not be more real¿
Chapter Forty-eight: ¿A grave mistake¿
Chapter Forty-nine: ¿It¿s broken¿
Chapter Fifty: ¿The burial ceremony¿

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States. Central Intelligence Agency -- History.
Intelligence service -- United States -- History.
United States -- History -- 1945-.