Sunday, June 09, 2013

Consortium News, 08 June, 2013

Second Thoughts on October Surprise

June 8, 2013
Second Thoughts on October Surprise
Special Report: New evidence has shaken the confidence of former Rep. Lee Hamilton in his two-decade-old judgment clearing Ronald Reagan’s 1980 campaign of going behind President Carter’s back to frustrate his efforts to free 52 U.S. hostages in Iran, the so-called October Surprise case, Robert Parry reports.

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While there, also read:
How Secrecy Stops Debate on Secrecy by Dennis J Bernstein
Right-Wing Ideology and Reality by Lawrence Davidson
South America's Drift toward Unity by Andres Cala
Misreading History into Wars by Paul R. Pillar
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1 comment:

David Howard said...

Google "the selective use of polygraphs"