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SECRET TEAM WHO CONTROL THE WORLD

SECRET TEAM WHO CONTROL THE WORLD

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It's a covert team of the top secret organization that controls everything!
It's a covert team of the top secret organization that controls everything!

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 The Secret TeamThe CIA and Its Allies in Control of the United States and the World
L. FLETCHER PROUTY Col., U.S. Air Force (Ret.)Copyright © 1973, 1992, 1997 by L. Fletcher Prouty All Rights Reserved
 
Contents
AcknowledgmentsAUTHOR'S NOTE: 1997PrefacePreface to the 2
nd
edition1 The "Secret Team" -- the Real Power Structure ……………………page 222 The Nature of Secret Team Activity ………………………………..page 463 An Overview of the CIA ……………………………………………page 813 Section 2 ………………….……………………………………….page 933 Section 3 ………………………………… ……………………….page 1074 From Law to Interpretation ……………………………………… …page 1285 "Defense" as a National Military Philosophy ……………………… page 1586 "It Shall Be the Duty of the Agency . . ." …………………………...page 1787 The Nature of Clandestine Operations ……………………………...page 1998 "The Cover Story" Intelligence Agency …………………………… page 2229 The Coincidence of Crises …………………………………………. page 24610 Dulles-Jackson-Correa Report in Action ………………………… ...page 27111 The Dulles Era Begins ……………………………………...…… …page 29112 Personnel: The Chameleon Game ……………………………… ….page 31713 Communications: The Web of the World ……………………… …..page 33314 Transportation: Anywhere in the World -- Now ………………… …page 34815 Logistics by Miracle ……………………………………………… ...page 35916 Cold War: The Pyrrhic Gambit …………………………………… ..page 36917 Mission Astray, Soviet Gamesmanship ……………………………. .page 38618 Defense, Containment, and Anti-Communism …………………….. .page 39719 The New Doctrine: . . . ……………………………………………… page 41720 Khrushchev's Challenge: The U-2 Dilemma ………………………. page 43521 Time of Covert Action: U-2 to Kennedy Inaugural ………………... page 44622 Camelot: From the Bay of Pigs to Dallas, Texas …………………... page 45723 Five Presidents: "Nightmares We Inherited" ………………………. page 486App. I: Definition of Special OperationsApp. II: Powers and Duties of the CIAApp. III: Training Under Mutual Sec Prog
 
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
. . . to Len Osanic and all at Bandit Productions for bringing all my work  back to life.. . . to Patrick Fourmy, Dave Ratcliffe and Tom Davis, old friends who haveinsisted I revise and re-write this old "classic".. . . to Bill Mullan, Charlie Czapar, Bill Peters, and Dave Fleming, whoworked with me in the Pentagon during the fifties, for those fascinatingyears with "Team B" in Headquarters, U.S. Air Force.. . . to Charles Peters of The Washington Monthly for publishing the first"Secret Team" article, and Derek Shearer for breathing the whole conceptinto life.. . . to General Graves B. (the big "E") Erskine and General Victor H.("Brute") Krulak, both of the U. S. Marine Corps, my immediate "bosses"and good friends, in the Office of the Secretary of Defense and in the Officeof the Joint Chiefs of Staff, for close personal relationships that shaped thecourse of these events.. . . and to the hundreds of men with whom I shared these experiences andwho must remain nameless and silent because that is the "code" of their chosen profession.

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