americas secret army how the war on terror created a new industry

America’s secret army: how the ‘war on terror’ created a new industry

Jul 19th, 2010 –

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In the cloak and dagger world of intelligence, the assumption fed by countless spy novels and TV dramas is that top-secret security clearance is restricted to an elite few known only by codes such as M and C. Not so in today’s America.

A new survey of the intelligence network created in the wake of the 9/11 attacks estimates that some 854,000 people have been given high-level clearance, making James Bond look decidedly everyday.

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