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Uses of Intelligence

In response to:

Bogey Men from the December 7, 1967 issue

To the Editors:

In his non-review of The Espionage Establishment, A. J. P. Taylor reflects upon what a lark it would have been had Encounter proved to be a double agent. According to one British source Encounter was in fact “helped” by two governments, the American and the British (“Encounter and the CIA,” The Spectator, May 12, 1967).

Eric Bentley

New York City.

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