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Killing hope : U.S. military and CIA interventions since World War II

Author: William Blum
Publisher: Monroe, Me. : Common Courage Press, ©1995.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Blum
ISBN: 1567510531 9781567510539 1567510523 9781567510522
OCLC Number: 32242504
Notes: Rev. ed. of: The CIA, a forgotten history.
Description: 457 p.; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. China 1945 to 1960s: Was Mao Tse-tung just paranoid? --
2. Italy 1947-1948: Free elections, Hollywood style --
3. Greece 1947 to early 1950s: From cradle of democracy to client state --
4. The Philippines 1940s and 1950s: America's oldest colony --
5. Korea 1945-1953: Was it all that it appeared to be? --
6. Albania 1949-1953: The proper English spy --
7. Eastern Europe 1948-1956: Operation Splinter Factor --
8. Germany 1950s: Everything from juvenile delinquency to terrorism --
9. Iran 1953: Making it safe for the King of Kings --
10. Guatemala 1953-1954: While the world watched --
11. Costa Rica mid-1950s: Trying to topple an ally, part I --
12. Syria 1956-1957: Purchasing a new government --
13. The Middle East 1957-1958: The Eisenhower Doctrine claims another backyard for America --
14. Indonesia 1957-1958: War and pornography --
15. Western Europe 1950s and 1960s: Fronts within fronts within fronts --
16. British Guiana 1953-1964: The CIA's international labor mafia.
Responsibility: William Blum.

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