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Has America Lost Control ????? June 9 2013
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Have we become a country not unlike the Cold War countries of the pass, USSR, East Germany?
Citizen vs Citizen in order to maintain a balance life style. Mr. Hewitt present a questionable picture of our future. Recent attacks on media by government officials in the Justice Department bring more questions to the table, has the citizens of this country finally lost control.
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Better than Expected May 5 2011
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This is not another compendium of rehashed centuries-old spy, rat and tout tales. It is a well-researched and engagingly written survey of source operations in intelligence and law enforcement. What is even more refreshing is that the book is relevant to 21st Century operations. Rather than relying on training manual definitions and trite examples from the ancient world or 19th Century wars, the author exploits engaging case studies to highlight modern practices. A great, practical addition to the typically hit-and-miss tradition of intrigue books.