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Foreign Intelligence

Research and Analysis in the Office of Strategic Services, 1942-1945

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674181519

Publication Date: 11/11/1989

251 pages



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  • Preface
  • 1. Military Disciplines
    • Academic Recruitment
    • The Epistemology of Intelligence
    • The Organization of Research and Analysis
  • 2. The Frankfurt School Goes to War
    • Hegel, Marx, and the Criticism of Arms
    • Political and Psychological Warfare: 1943
    • Military Occupation and Denazification: 1944
    • War Crimes: 1945
    • War and Peace
  • 3. Historians Making History
    • The German Catastrophe
    • R&A/Washington: 1943
    • R&A/London: 1944
    • R&A/Germany: 1945
    • Beyond History
  • 4. The Political Economy of Intelligence
    • Economic Autarky
    • The Economists’ War
    • Operation OCTOPUS
    • From D-Day to V-Day
    • The History and Value of Economics
  • 5. Social Science in One Country: The USSR Division
    • What Is To Be Done
    • The First Five- Year Plan
    • Peaceful Coexistence
    • The Dictatorship of the Professoriate
  • 6. The Critique of Modernity
    • The Decline of the West
    • The Transvaluation of Values
    • The Disenchantment of the World
    • The Return of the Repressed
  • Conclusion: Intellect and Intelligence
  • Note on Sources
  • Notes
  • Charts
  • Index

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