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The Night Watch (1977)
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Published Reviews
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    The Azalea Trail Guide to CIA (Review)
    The Night Watch, by David Atlee Phillips
    1. The Night Watch by David Atlee Phillips
    National Review, April 29, 1977, p. 499
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    Family Jewels (2 Reviews)
    Honorable Men, by William E. Colby and Peter Forbath
    1. Honorable Men by William E. Colby and Peter Forbath
    2. The Night Watch by David Atlee Phillips
    The New Statesman, September 22, 1978, p. 376
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    Men of Questionable Honor (4 Reviews)
    Portrait of a Cold Warrior, by Joseph Burkholder Smith
    1. Portrait of a Cold Warrior by Joseph Burkholder Smith
    2. Decent Interval by Frank Snepp
    3. The CIA's Secret Operations by Harry Rositzke
    4. The Night Watch by David Atlee Phillips
    The Nation, April 29, 1978, p. 512
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    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    General: Military, Technological, and Scientific
    1. Controlling the Conventional Arms Race
    2. A Scientist at the White House by George B. Kistiakowsky
    3. The Game of Disarmament by Alva R. Myrdal
    4. The Future of Soviet Military Power by Lawrence L. Whetten
    5. Towards Rationalizing Allied Weapons Production by Gardiner Tucker and Fabio Basagni
    6. Offense and Defense in the International System by George H. Quester
    7. Nations in Arms by Adam Roberts
    8. A Short History of Guerrilla Warfare by John Ellis
    9. Developing the ICBM by Edmund Beard
    10. The Night Watch by David Atlee Phillips
    11. Portrait of a Cold Warrior by Joseph Burkholder Smith
    12. Nimitz by Elmer Belmont Potter
    13. A Sailor's Admiral by James M. Merrill
    14. Our Energy Future by Don E. Kash and Michael D. Devine
    Foreign Affairs, April 1977, pp. 646-647