Spooks in academia

This piece, recently declassified, was published in the CIA’s internal academic journal, Studies in Intelligence, in 1983.

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“Close ties between the Central Intelligence Agency and American colleges and universities have existed since the birth of the Agency in 1947. The bonds between national intelligence and the academic world actually predate the Agency, for Williams J. Donavan, President Roosevelt’s Coordinator of Information, established a research team of distinguished academicians to assist him in 1941. ….. “

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