Whistleblower at the CIA: An Insider’s Account of the Politics of Intelligence

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Whistleblower at the CIA: An Insider’s Account of the Politics of Intelligence

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As a former senior CIA analyst and author critiquing the inner workings of the US intelligence community, Melvin A. Goodman brings peerless authority, gravitas, and first-person source material to a subject that is of intense interest to those on all positions of the political spectrum: the failure of US intelligence to keep the country safe by providing neutral, politically unbiased facts and analysis.

The power of his insider analysis combined with widespread indignation about politicians make for a super timely and much needed book on a subject of urgent relevance to public debate.

Offers relevant insights into facetious claims made in recent memoir by Robert Gates ("A Passion for Leadership")

His congressional testimony against Gates for CIA Director was reported and printed in national media including the New York Times. (See sales kit)

Sales and marketing will be driven by major reviews and major media. Media appearances on CNN, CSPAN Book TV, Democracy Now, NPR are planned; op-eds and letters to the editor in newspapers of record, as well as reviews in major trade, A-list newspapers, and academic journals.

Volatile international perfectly position this highly credentialed author to influence national debate.
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