Secret Empire: Eisenhower, the CIA, and the Hidden Story of America's Space Espionage

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Simon & Schuster
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5.6 X 8.28 X 1.2 inches | 0.97 pounds

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About the Author
Philip Taubman, the New York Times Washington Bureau Chief and former deputy editorial page editor, has reported on national security and intelligence issues for more than twenty years. The winner of two George Polk awards, he lives in Washington, D.C
Seymour Hersh Philip Taubman has written a book of pure pleasure -- a true adventure tale of good men doing good deeds for the good of the country at a time, in the 1950s, when America was united against the Evil Empire. It is also a story of a group of men who sped up the slow processes of science in the name of national security, and forever changed the way the world worked.
Tom Wolfe Author of The Right Stuff It's hard to believe that the story of the biggest and most radically conceived espionage operation of the twentieth century hasn't been told before now....In this absorbing book, Philip Taubman shows us the entire Secret Empire for the first time.
Los Angeles Times Taubman takes the subject further with newly declassified archival documents and interviews with pioneers who had previously been reluctant to talk. The result is a fascinating story of America's secret space race.
The Boston Globe Fans of Tom Clancy novels will doubtless be chagrined to discover that those who actually won the Cold War were not Harrison Ford look-alikes but studious engineers and physicists....Many of those who are the heroes of this tale...finally get their due in Taubman's book.