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Out of Control: The Story of the Reagan…

Out of Control: The Story of the Reagan Administration's Secret War in… (1987)

by Leslie Cockburn

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The Reagan-era "secret government" brought to light in all their malignant crooked spiteful being.

One point of order however, its reference notes are not numbered and there is no index. ( )
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For the last two years, the author has been investigating the secret funding of the Contras by the White House. Here, she identifies the network of National Security Council staff (led by Colonel Oliver North), CIA operatives and ex-agents who set up this illegal support system, after the passage of the Boland Amendment in October 1984 made it illegal for the US government to give direct and indirect aid to the Contras.… (more)

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