Covering Intelligence

Pincus, Walter
February 1975
New Republic;2/1/75, Vol. 172 Issue 5, p10
Focuses on the impact of an article by Seymour Hersh on the Central Intelligence Agency's massive illegal domestic intelligence operation during the administration of U.S. president Richard Nixon. Discussion on factors which led to the popularity of the article; Significance of investigative journalism; Demand for an investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice of alleged domestic spying by the Central Intelligence Agency.


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