History 340

The Journal of the Historical Association

Published: 26th April 2015

Special Issue: The CIA and American Foreign Policy

April 2015 - Volume 100, Issue 340


1. Intelligence Studies: The British Invasion (pages 163-166)
Richard H. Immerman

2. The Burgeoning Fissures of Dissent: Allen Dulles and the Selling of the CIA in the Aftermath of the Bay of Pigs (pages 167-188)
Simon Willmetts

3. American Journalism and the Landscape of Secrecy: Tad Szulc, the CIA and Cuba (pages 189-209) - Richard J. Aldrich

4. The ‘Incredible Wrongness' of Nikita Khrushchev: The CIA and the Cuban Missile Crisis (pages 210-228) - Len Scott

5. Journalism, Intelligence and the New York Times: Cyrus L. Sulzberger, Harrison E. Salisbury and the CIA (pages 229-250) - Matthew Jones

6. Turning Against the CIA: Whistleblowers During the ‘Time of Troubles' (pages 251-274) - Christopher Moran

7. ‘Do We Still Need the CIA?' Daniel Patrick Moynihan, the Central Intelligence Agency and US Foreign Policy (pages 275-292) - Paul McGarr

8. You have full text access to this OnlineOpen article
The Housewife, the Vigilante and the Cigarette-Smoking Man: The CIA and Television, 1975-2001 (pages 293-310) - Trevor McCrisken

9. Through a Glass, Darkly: The CIA and Oral History (pages 311-326) - Andrew Hammond

10. Afterword (pages 327-330) - Hugh Wilford


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