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TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 1. The Origins of U.S. Intelligence, 1882-1919 2. A Period of Transition, 1919-1936 3. The Origins of the National Security State, 1936-1945: Part I, Domestic Intelligence 4. The Origins of the National Security State, 1940-1945: Part II, Foreign Intelligence 5. Bureaucracy and Centralization, 1945-1952 6. Secrecy and the Loss of Accountability, 1952-1965 7. The Breakdown of the Cold War Consensus, 1965-1978 8. Reaffirmation of the National Security State, 1979-2005 9. Conclusion Endnotes Bibliography Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Intelligence service -- United States -- History.
United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation -- History.
United States. Central Intelligence Agency -- History.
Internal security -- United States -- History.
National security -- United States -- History.