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Richelson Doesn't Know C (was Re: Richelson's Latest)

At 9:45 PM 8/12/95, John Young wrote:
>   Jeffrey T. Richelson has a new book:
>   A Century of Spies: Intelligence in the Twentieth Century.
>   Oxford University Press, New York, 1995, 534 pp., $30.00.
>   ISBN 0-19-507391-6.

This is all well and good, for ciphergroupies, BUT WHAT DOES IT HAVE TO DO


Seriously, I've read (or used as a reference) Richelson's books. His book
on U.S. Intelligence Agencies had a lot of good stuff on the more obscure
agencies, and is a great supplement to Bamford.

At least some cryptographers think this stuff is useful, as Whit D.
borrowed my copy for several months.

I look forward to getting this new one!

--Tim May

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