Espionage: Who's That Again?

The book is seductively titled Who's Who in the CIA, but, alas, that turns out to be largely a cover—and little else. The work of East Germany's Dr. Julius Mader, 40, the author of several other, widely unnoticed exposes of Western intelligence operations, Who's Who is a pocket-size, 600-page directory that lists more than 3,000 Americans who supposedly work for the CIA. "My book," says Mader, "blows the lid off the American secret service."

Well, not quite. Would you believe Lyndon Johnson? Hubert Humphrey? Dean Rusk? Robert McNamara? Defense Secretary Clark Clifford? A.F.L.-C.I.O....

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