Is Intelligence Necessary?

May 1976
National Review;5/28/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 19, p541
The article comments on the final report submitted by the U.S. Senate Select Committee regarding its investigation into the intelligence sector and the citizens's alleged infringed rights. The report presents proof that these rights have been infringed by the FBI and the CIA in a multitude of cases. The final and the direct responsibility for the improprieties is discussed.


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