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Intelligence Secrecy and Transparency: Finding the Proper Balance from the War of Independence to the War on Terror; Strategic Insights, v. 6, issue 3 (May 2007)

  title={Intelligence Secrecy and Transparency: Finding the Proper Balance from the War of Independence to the War on Terror; Strategic Insights, v. 6, issue 3 (May 2007)},
  author={Timothy J. Doorey},
It is comforting to know that the tension between America’s desire for transparency in its government’s activities and the secrecy required for effective intelligence operations predates the Republic. For much of its history, America ingeniously dealt with the transparency vice secrecy dilemma by either disbanding or shrinking its small intelligence services after every military conflict. As Mark Lowenthal points out, the United States did not have a national intelligence organization for 170… 
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