A detailed history of the National Security Agency from its conception during World War II to its role in the wars in Afghanistan and Iran.

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  • Matthew Aid Intelligence historian and regular commentator for the "New York Times," "Financial Times," "National Journal," Associated Press, and CBS News.

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