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Guerrilla News Network: The War Conspiracy (2002)

Berkeley Prof. Emeritus discusses his CIA-suppressed book, 'The War Conspiracy'.

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In 1970, at the height of the Vietnam War and on the heels of Nixon's announcement that U.S. troops would invade Cambodia, a mild-mannered English professor at UC Berkeley completed a startling book called The War Conspiracy. Yet, despite the fact that the author's publisher was Bobbs Merrill, a major literary brand, the book never reached the public domain. Little did the professor know there were powerful forces working behind the scenes to prevent its release. He would later discover that through its ties to ITT, a major shareholder in Bobbs Merrill, the Central Intelligence Agency was able to suppress the book. What was it about The War Conspiracy that so frightened the CIA and prompted them to deter its release? And who was this upstart writer who had pried so deeply into the covert machinations of U.S. intelligence that he had become one of the few American authors ever to have his work suppressed by an agency of the United States government? As you will discover, the CIA had ... Written by Stephen Marshall

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