CIA Papers (PC, CD-ROM) Chestnut CD-ROM - 1994 USA, Canada Release

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CIA Papers
Packaging cover CIA Papers.
Product ID 57563-00336
Product UPC 757563003367
Platform(s) PC
Packaging Jewel Case
Media CD-ROM
Copyright date 1994
Publisher(s) Chestnut CD-ROM
Category(s) Reference, Historical Reference, USA History
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

The CIA Papers compiles The CIA World Factbook, The CIA: A Forgotten History, and the multimedia video, How to Save Democracy. It is an essential reference guide for anyone interested in the conduct of US foreign policy.

The CIA World Factbook- This official almanac of the US Central Intelligence Agency, compiled annually by the Defense Intelligence Agency and the State Department, features economic and political statistics for countries throughout the world. The Factbook has become an invaluable aid to the intelligence community and offers useful and enlightening information.

The CIA: A Forgotten History: US Global Interventions Since World War 2, by William Blum- (Revised and updated 1994 edition) Investigative author William Blum presents an extraordinary account of hundreds of US foreign policy interventions carried out by the CIA and the US Government since the end of World War II. The data, arranged country by country and year by year, ranges from actions against the Chinese revolution in the 40's, to interventions in the 80's and 90's against Nicaragua, El Salvador, Panama, and Haiti. These operations took many forms including armed aggression by US or US-backed forces; suppression of popular rebellions and movements, manipulation of trade unions, manufactured propaganda, attempted assassinations of political leaders, interference with elections, and attempted coups. More than 50 countries were the targets: hundreds of distinct, major intervention operations were carried out. The author also shows how mainstream media frequently neglected to probe, highlight, or even report many of America's aggressive actions abroad. Blum's scrupulous research and meticulous documentation are unparalleled in this shocking account carefully compiled from widely disparate sources.

In 1967, William Blum left the State Department abandoning his desire to become a Foreign Service Officer due to his opposition to US actions in Vietnam. He then became one of the founders of the Washington Free Press. Blum has been a freelance journalist in the United States, South America, Europe. His articles have appeared in a number of magazines, newspapers, and other publications, including The San Francisco Chronicle, The Los Angeles Times, Covert Action Information Bulletin and in a number of other magazines and newspapers, as well as the People's Almanac.

System Requirements

Required CPU AT 286
Required RAM 640K
PC Windows 3.1
Required CPU AT 286
Required RAM 1MB

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