How the CIA Flips Spies

After World War II, the U.S. intelligence community became increasingly concerned with the USSR’s mysterious ability to convince US citizens to commit acts of treason. Indeed, it was through such intelligence efforts that the Soviets were able to end the short-lived US monopoly on nuclear warfare.

As you can imagine, this deeply frustrated the CIA. If the Soviets had the ability to steal the crown jewel of our state secrets, something had to be done.

So, the CIA launched its own research on coercion and manipulation.

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