The declassification engine : what history reveals about America's top secrets / Matthew Connelly.
- ISBN: 9781101871577
- Physical Description: xvii, 540 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
- Publisher: New York : Pantheon Books, 
- Copyright: ©2023
- Bibliography, etc.: Includes bibliographical references (pages -502) and index.
- Formatted Contents: Preface: Should this book be legal? -- The radical transparency of the American republic: a reintroduction -- Pearl Harbor: the original secret -- The bomb: born secret -- Code making and code breaking: the secret of secrets -- The military-industrial complex: the dirty secret of civil-military relations -- Surveillance: other people's secrets -- Weird science: secrets that are stranger than fiction -- Following the money: trade secrets -- Spin: the flipside of secrecy -- There is no there there: the best kept secret -- Deleting the archive: the ultimate secret -- Conclusion: The end of history as we know it.
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