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Intelligence work is in some ways like a newspaper or newsmagazine, in some like a business, in some like the research activity of a university; very little of it involves cloaks and daggers. All of it is important to national survival, and should be understood by the citizens of a democracy.
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Intelligence Is Knowledge pp. Intelligence Is Organization pp. Central Intelligence pp. Departmental Intelligence pp. Ten Problems from Experience pp. Intelligence Is Activity pp. Special Problems of Method in Intelligence Work pp. Producers and Consumers of Intelligence pp. Appendix: Kinds of Intelligence pp. Index pp. Project MUSE Mission Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
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Sherman Kent December 6, — March 11, , was a Yale University history professor who, during World War II and through 17 years of Cold War -era service in the Central Intelligence Agency , pioneered many of the methods of intelligence analysis. He is often described as "the father of intelligence analysis". Kent was the son of U. He was a graduate of The Thacher School founded by his uncle Sherman Day Thacher and Yale University where he studied European history with the intention of spending his career as an academic.