Title Body Of Secrets: Anatomy Of The Ultra-secret National Security Agency From The Cold War Through The Dawn Of A New Century.
Book Condition Hardcover with dustjacket. Reading copy. There is a two-inch long crack along the bottom of the spine.
Edition Sixth Printing.
Publisher Doubleday and Company, Inc., New York: 2001.
0385499078 / 9780385499071
Seller ID 68505X1
A no-holds-barred examination of the National Security Agency - packed with startling secrets about its past, news breaking revelations about its present-day activities, and chilling predictions about its future powers and reach. The NSA is the largest, most secretive, and most powerful intelligence agency in the world. With a staff of thirty-eight thousand people, it dwarfs the CIA in budget, manpower, and influence. Includes an Index. "There have been glimpses inside the NSA before, but until now no one has published a comprehensive and detailed report on the agency . . . Mr. Bamford has emerged with everything except the combination to the director's safe." - New York Times Book Review
(Key Words: NSA, National Security Agency, James Bamford, Espionage, World War II, Vietnam War, World War Two, Six-Day War,Louis Tordella, Gene Sheck, Polygraph Tests, NSC, National Security Council, NavaL Security Group, Listening Posts, Lyman Lemnitzer, Michael V. Hayden, Bobby Ray Inman, Defense Intelligence Agency, Dwight David Eisenhower, Espionage, Federal Bureau of Investigation, FBI, Crypto City, Seymour Cray, CIA, Central Intelligence Agency, Marshall S. Carter).