Heilbrunn, Jacob
June 1996
New Republic;6/3/96, Vol. 214 Issue 23, p10
Profiles former U.S. Central Intelligence Agency Director William E. Colby. Career background; Views of Colby on communism; His involvement in the Vietnam war in 1962; Attempts to change the nature of covert actions of the agency.


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