New York: Oxford University Press, 1992. Hardcover. ix, 371p., first edition clothbacked boards, very good condition in like dj.
How Henry Kissinger and William Yandell Elliott were mail-tampering enablers, how William F. Buckley "discovered" J. Edgar Hoover while at Yale, materials on one H. B. Fisher who was "Yale's shadowy 'liason agent'," and revelations about James Conant, Robert Sproul, and other big-university presidents. Also find material on CIA. The author was "dismissed himself from Harvard in the 1950s by McGeorge Bundy for refusing to talk to the FBI about former associates."