Tube Dreams in the Sheikdom

August 1973
New Republic;8/11/73, Vol. 169 Issue 6, p30
Focuses on the activities of CIA and reports that its activities seem to be inspired from television. View that recent political developments show a combination of art and life as is shown in television; Discussion on Watergate proceedings; Opinion that, during the past years, activities of CIA has been exposed with monotonous regularity; Discussion on dirty tricks applied by CIA in the past; Indoctrination of CIA agents of things which seem to be derived from TV; Discussion on U.S. President Richard Nixon's desire to keep himself aloof from the concerns of CIA.


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