VEIL: THE SECRET WARS OF THE CIA
First American Edition
Simon & Schuster [New York]
8vo (543 pages, 48 photographs, chronology, index.)
Item Number: 6014
An account of the secret wars and other covert activities that were the centerpiece of American foreign policy throughout the 1980s. Drawing on extensive interviews, hundreds of secret documents and other primary sources, Woodward presents an account of the C.I.A., its director William J. Casey and the Reagan administration that reveals, among other things, the repeated and arguably obsessive attempts on the part of two men to eradicate communism in Latin America.
A very good copy in mylar covered dust jacket.