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Army Surveillance of Civilians-A Documentary Analysis-Official Congressional Report

Army Surveillance of Civilians-A Documentary Analysis-Official Congressional Report

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This Official Congressional Report Details The Army's Domestic Spy Program.

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ARMY
SURVEILLANCE
OF
CIVILIANS:
A
DOCUMENTARY
ANALYSIS
BY
THE
STAFF
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CONTENTS
Poge
Prefaee
by
,enator
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Chairinmn,
Sulieonmniltiee
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I.
Fort
Ilolalbird
"Mug
Bookso
.................................
4
II.
Trho
CIAB
Compendium
---------------------------------------
1
A.
Cities
.--------------------------.---..----------------
9
B.
Organizations
------------------------------------------
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C.
Personalities
--------------------------------------------
17
Ill.
Files
of
the
Army
Intelligence
Command
-------------------------
21A.
Subverive
File.
......----------------------------------
21
13.
Non-Computerized
Incident
Files.
--------------------
23
C.
Comiuterized
Incident
File
------------------------------
30
I).
Computerized
Blographlic
)ata
File
......................
34..
Regional
and
Local
Files
...............................
42
IV.
Files
of
the
Continental
Army
Comind
------------------......
44A.
Fort
Monroe
l)ata
Bank
--------------.----------------
45B.
ComputerizedIncident
File
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C.
ComputerizedPersonalities
Fih,(
----------------------
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V.
Files
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CONUS
Armies
-----------------------------------
68
A.
First,
Arm,
--------------------------------------------
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B.
Third
Armn.
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C'.
Fourth
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1).
Fifth
Army
--------------------------------------------
70V.
Sixth
Army
-------------------------------------------
70
F.
Military
It1
triet
nf
Washington------------------------
70
VI.
Fort
flood
Comiputer
-----------------------------------------
72
VII.
Files
of
tie
Count(rintelligen
ce
AnalysisBranch,
OACI-
---------
81
VIII.
U.S.
Strike
Command
Commiipter
-----------------------------
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IX.
Computerized
Files
of
the
Bi)rectorate
for
Civil
1)istttrbanc,,
Plihm-
ning
and
Operations-----------------------------f-t........
89
X.
Comparison
of
thle
Data
Banks and
the
Question
of
Control
--------
94
Conclusion
........................................................
95
EXHIBITS
I1.
Excerpts
from
the
Fort
Ilolabird
mug
books.....................--
5
2.
An
excerpt
from
a
Fort
Holabird
mug
book
-----------------------
7
3.
Some
organizational
entries
appearing
in
the
Comnl)endlum
..........
14
4.
Excerpt
from the Fort.
IolabI
rd
In
cidenti
Data
Fille----------------
32
5.
1Excerpts
from
the
Fort
Holabird
"Biographic
Data
File"
..........
360.
CONAItC
"CRIS
Reports"
..................-..................
40
7.
Trend
breakdown
from
a
CRIS
Report.------------------------t..-
48
8.
Excerpts
from
CONARC
"Personalities
Edition"------------....
529.
Excerpts
front
the
Fort
Hood
"Alphabetical
Roster
(of
Organiza-
tions)
by
Initials'".......
.........
........
.........
........
73
10.
Except
from
theStrike
Command's
"Counterintelligence
Personality
File'----------------------------------------------........
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Excerpts
from
the
DCDPO's
"Anticipated
Activities/Events
Sum-
mary"
...............
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