Espionage came of age in the Cold War as it evolved to meet the changing needs of the two superpowers. This is a discussion of the CIA and the KGB, the human and technical intelligence collection of these organizations, the trade they taught, the covert actions they mounted, and their efforts at counter espionage.
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-- School Library Journal (September 2001)
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