A class act

Schorr, Daniel
May 1996
New Leader;5/06/96, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p5
Focuses on the reform efforts of the late US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director William E. Colby. Colby's remarks on the CIA's involvement in assassination conspiracies; Notable achievements; Response to Colby's reform efforts.


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