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By Robbie Shaw

Many colour illustrations. a great softcover replica. mild shelf put on; sticky label remnant on entrance disguise. Tight binding. fresh, unmarked pages. no longer ex-library. Shipped Weight: lower than 1 kilogram. class: Aviation; ISBN: 0879386665. ISBN/EAN: 9780879386665. stock No: 019600.

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Through­ out the early 1960s, military intelligence agents maintained a public profile, even when dealing with nonmilitary groups. But in 1967, when the Armed Forces intelligence program was augmented to hunt for threats of civil disorder9 , agents did surreptitious spying on both military personnel and on civilians. Of course, military intelligence openly scrutinized writing and publishing by military personnel. In 1971, after Congress held hearings on domestic intelli­ gence, the military was pressured to reduce its surveillance of civilians.

IF YOl: ARE Sl:BPOENAED TO APPEAR BEFORE THE GRAND JURY, NOTIFY l:S AT ONCE. YOl: NEI:D LEGAL COUNSEL. 2. IF YOU KNOW OF OTHER PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN SUBPOENAED ALSO Cor,TACT U~ AT ONCE. >: ~ladi~oo Slnt't nll(,~o. o , 47 o to intimidate the press that spoke for the popular liberative movements of recent decades. In the past twenty years, the consolidation of domestic and international intelligence networks, the increasing feudal power of the multinational corporations, and the predominance of recording tape, the computer, and the silicon chip have brought a new sophistication to the control of the written word.

In monitoring and controlling underground writing, each police agency used its own strategy. 57 YOU'RE IN THE ARMY NOW Armed Forces intelligence operated openly when dealing with outspoken military personnel, presuming the right to control those already subject to military authority. Through­ out the early 1960s, military intelligence agents maintained a public profile, even when dealing with nonmilitary groups. But in 1967, when the Armed Forces intelligence program was augmented to hunt for threats of civil disorder9 , agents did surreptitious spying on both military personnel and on civilians.

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