Exporting Revolution

Szulc, Tad
September 1974
New Republic;9/21/74, Vol. 171 Issue 12, p7
Focuses on the involvement of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in creating the climate for the bloody Chilean military coup d'état. Credibility of CIA director William Colby and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger as witness of this incident; Information on the amount spent by CIA to bring about the coup in Chile; Denial of any American involvement by Kissinger; Report that Kissinger and Colby are members of the top secret 40 committees of the National Security Council.


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