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[Cline, Ray S.]

Teaching intelligence a survey of college and university courses on the subject of intelligence, by Wilfred D. Koplowitz, with a foreword by Ray S. Cline

National Intelligence Study Center, Washington, D. C. 1980, vi, 88p., text typewriter-set; plain printed trade-size wraps, mild signs of handling. Possibly the most useful section is a survey of, and thumbnail appraisal of, universities offering "Whole intelligence courses," pages 36-80; --instrument of survey having been a "value-free" questionnaire. A list of correspondent questionnaire-answerers is also appended, correspondents like Lyman Kirkpatrick, Harry Ransom, Cline himself. No mention of University of Rochester, perhaps wholly-owned subsidiaries are not listed. ("Whole" in Koplowitz' list means "entirely devoted to intelligence.") The Bibliography includes antispooks Agee and Hougan; presumably wannabe espionage scholars have thick unrepentant hides

Cat.No: 74694

Price: $25.00

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