THE GREAT GAME IN CUBA: CIA and the Cuban Revolution
The author uses the backdrop of the Cuban Revolution to examine the CIA's inner workings during the '50s and '60s. From James Bond-like CIA plants to the agency's shady dealings with a major U.S. publisher, Mellen utilizes a wealth of previously classified material to reveal this intriguing history. Photos.
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