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Author Stevenson, Jonathan, 1956- author.

Title A drop of treason : Philip Agee and his exposure of the CIA / Jonathan Stevenson.

Publication Info. Chicago ; London : The University of Chicago Press, 2021.
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Description 337 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
text txt rdacontent
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volume nc rdacarrier
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents A geopolitically charmed life -- The young spy -- The consolidation of dissidence -- Indefinite limbo -- Agee and the transatlantic Left -- Uneasy normalization -- Whipsawed, stalked, tired -- Posterity for a traitor.
Summary "As the first agent to publicly betray the CIA, Philip Agee was on the run for over forty years--a pariah akin to Edward Snowden. Agee revealed in spectacular detail what many had feared about the CIA's actions, but he also outed and endangered hundreds of agents. Agee relentlessly opposed the CIA and the regimes it backed, whether in America or around the world. In Jonathan Stevenson's words, Agee became "one of history's successful viruses: undeniably effective and impossible to kill." In this first biography of Agee, Stevenson will reveal what made Agee tick, and what made him run"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject Agee, Philip.
United States. Central Intelligence Agency -- Officials and employees -- Biography.
Intelligence officers -- United States -- Biography.
Traitors -- United States -- Biography.
Genre/Form Biographies.
Added Title Philip Agee and his exposure of the CIA
ISBN 9780226356686 hardcover
022635668X hardcover
9780226356716 electronic book

 
    
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