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Next President of the United Fates of America
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Washington, D.C. has the highest rate of homelessness among big cities, according to a survey of 32 big cities by the United States Conference of Mayors.

In D.C., there are 124 homeless people for every 10,000 residents, more than twice the national average, while homelessness nationwide has gone down 12.9 percent over the last seven years, the New York Times reported.

Survey data was taken from the annual “Point in Time” count distributed by the Community Partnership for the Prevention of Homelessness, a nonprofit that works with the local government.

According to the count, a total of 8,350 people experienced homelessness: 318 lived on the street, 6,259 lived in emergency shelters, and 1,773 lived in transitional housing.

Recent census data shows that outside the number of homeless in the city, 17.3 percent of D.C. residents live in poverty.


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Quote:Maybe sanctions ... should be assigned against the NSA  [Image: applause.gif]
... those NSA assholes,
with their internet flytraps, 
and butt pirate invasions into all your personal info. 
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THE SECRET TEAM

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The CIA
and Its Allies
in Control of the United
States and the World




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L. FLETCHER PROUTY
Col., U.S. Air Force (Ret.)




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Copyright © 1973, 1992, 1997 by L. Fletcher Prouty
All Rights Reserved










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This 1997 edition of the book is available in its entirety on Len Osanic's rip-roaring 1997 CD-ROM, The Collected Works of Col. L. Fletcher Prouty along with ~600MB of 70+ articles, 100 images, 30 topics and 6 hours of audio material. Read all about it and how to order your own copy by going to: www.prouty.org
Here on ratical we will be hooking up the rest of the book in HTML and ASCII formats over the next 7 months. Each month will see the following chapters come online:
Quote:[size=undefined]May: Chapters 3-6
June: Chapters 7-10
July: Chapters 11-15
August: Chapters 16-19
September: Chapters 20-23
October: Appendices I-III
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The online copy of this book was made possible by the efforts and generosity of Len Osanic. We thank him for his support. Be sure to check out the details on the complete CD if you are interested in this book. There is a great deal to recommend it for anyone who wants to study the writings, interviews and perceptions of Colonel Prouty. The significance of Prouty's level and depth of first-hand experience of World War II and direct participation in the ensuing birth and rise of the National Security State is provided in great detail on The Collected Works CD.

  •   CONTENTS ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Author's Note Preface Preface to the Second EditionPreface: "THE SECRET TEAM II" 1997               PART I      THE SECRET TEAM Chapter   1           The "Secret Team" -- the Real Power Structure  Chapter   2           The Nature of Secret Team Activity: A Cuban Case Study               PART II      THE CIA: HOW IT RUNS Chapter   3           An Overview of the CIA
        •           Section I.  Intelligence versus Secret Operations            Section II.  Origins of the Agency and                                the Seeds of Secret Operations            Section III.  A Simple Coup d'État to a Global Mechanism
    Chapter   4           From the Word of the Law to the Interpretation:                               President Kennedy Attempts to Put the CIA Under Control  Chapter   5           "Defense" as a National Military Philosophy,                               the Natural Prey of the Intelligence Community  Chapter   6           "It Shall Be the Duty of the Agency: To Advise, to Coordinate,                               to Correlate and Evaluate and Disseminate                               and to Perform Services of Common Concern . . ."
        •           Coordination of Intelligence -- the            Major Assigned Role of the CIA            Correlation, Evaluation and Dissemination of            Intelligence:  Heart of the Profession            Services of Common Concern:  An Attempt at Efficiency  
    Chapter   7           From the Pines of Maine to the Birches of Russia:                               The Nature of Clandestine Operations  Chapter   8           CIA: "The Cover Story" Intelligence Agency                               and the Real-Life Clandestine Operator  Chapter   9           The Coincidence of Crises  Chapter 10           The Dulles-Jackson-Correa Report in Action               PART III      THE CIA: HOW IT IS ORGANIZED Chapter 11           The Dulles Era Begins  Chapter 12           Personnel: The Chameleon Game  Chapter 13           Communications: The Web of the World  Chapter 14           Transportation: Anywhere in the World -- Now  Chapter 15           Logistics by Miracle               PART IV      THE CIA: SOME EXAMPLES                                   THROUGHOUT THE WORLD Chapter 16           Cold War: The Pyrrhic Gambit  Chapter 17           Mission Astray, Soviet Gamesmanship  Chapter 18           Defense, Containment, and Anti-Communism  Chapter 19           The New Doctrine: Special Forces and                               the Penetration of the Mutual Security Program  Chapter 20           Khrushchev's Challenge: The U-2 Dilemma  Chapter 21           A Time of Covert Action: U-2 to Kennedy Inaugural  Chapter 22           Camelot: From the Bay of Pigs to Dallas, Texas  Chapter 23           Five Presidents: "Nightmares We Inherited"               APPENDICES:
        •           I. Definition of Special Operations            II. Powers and Duties of the CIA            III. Training Under the Mutual Security Program
                   BIBLIOGRAPHY                INDEX
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