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Title     Author     Publisher
The 1960s and COINTELPRO: In Defense of Paranoia     Brandt, Daniel     Third World Traveler
Back to Church     Mooney, Chris     The American Prospect
The Bush Family Coup     Ridgeway, James     Village Voice
Challenging the System (excerpts from Challenging the Secret Government)     Olmsted, Kathryn S.     Third World Traveler
The Chile Coup - The U.S. Hand     Kornbluh, Peter     Third World Traveler
The CIA and the Media     Bernstein, Carl     Carl Bernstein
CIA Powers and 1975 Church Committee     Wolf, Paul     LabourNet UK
CIA Shrinks and LSD     Cockburn, Alexander and St. Clair, Jeffrey     CounterPunch
CIA to Air Decades of its Dirty Laundry     DeYoung, Karen and Pincus, Walter     Washington Post
The CIA's Family Jewels     Zegart, Amy     The Huffington Post
COINTELPRO in the 60s (excerpted from War at Home)     Glick, Brian     Third World Traveler
COINTELPRO: The Untold American Story     Wolf, Paul, ed.     Third World Traveler
Congressional Oversight and the Crippling of the CIA     Knott, Stephen F.     History News Network
Counterattack, Unwelcome Truths, Epilogue (excerpts from Challenging the Secret Government)     Olmsted, Kathryn S.     Third World Traveler
Domestic Surveillance: The History of Operation CHAOS     Lyon, Verne     Serendipity
Inside the Department of Dirty Tricks     Powers, Thomas     The Atlantic
January 29, 1976: Pike Committee Report Criticizing US Intelligence Agencies is Suppressed     Haines, Gerald K.     History Commons
Meat Ax or Scalpel, Sensational Scoops, Abuses & Aberrations (excerpts from Challenging the Secret Government)     Olmsted, Kathryn S.     Third World Traveler
MKULTRA: Psychedelic Mind Control and its Legacy     Lux     Erowid
The Pike Committee Investigations and the CIA     Haines, Gerald K.     CIA
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