Secrets: A Writer in the Cold War

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The legacy of the Cold War is explored as Paul Brodeur crosses swords with the military, the CIA, the FBI and the State Department. A staff writer for the "New Yorker" for nearly 40 years, Brodeur is best known as one of the nation's leading environmental writers. Here he turns his attention to the secrets kept by his family, by himself as a counterintelligence agent, and by the government.

Secrets: A Writer in the Cold War 1997, Faber & Faber, Boston, MA

ISBN-13: 9780571199075

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