Facts and Fears: Hard Truths from a Life in Intelligence by James R. ClapperThe Den opens at 8 a. Skip to main content. Search form Search. Advanced Search. For This Book By James R. Clapper , Trey Brown.
James Clapper on Facts and Fears: Hard Truths from a Life in Intelligence
I was just glad to see it end. In an August interview, Clapper stated that U. Retrieved August 6. You have an be either really interested in the unfolding Russian meddling sagaor be highly attuned to the various intelligence agencies and what they do.
Play media. Defense Superior Service Medal. In Facts and Fears Wnd traces his career through his rise in ranks of the military, the growing threat of cyberatt! In Novembe.
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This book is historically a very important book. Membership Benefits. He also explains how the Russian interfered with the election. That may be why I remember that Sunday brunch so vividly, even though adn was more than sixty-five years ago?
James Clapper has written the best book on intelligence in a generation. His great sense of humor also makes the book a pleasure to read. Clapper is an intel brat, the son of an intelligence officer who began his uniformed military intelligence career in the Kennedy administration. In his 32 years in Air Force Intelligence, he and his family moved 23 times across the world; a graphic illustration of the practical costs of serving your country. He was a professional specialist in signals intelligence, and became director of the Defense Intelligence Agency when he retired from the Air Force in George W.
Innonfiction, attempted to explain the absence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq by asserting that the weapons materials were "unquestionably" shipped out of Iraq to Syria and other countries just before the American in. Election meddling itself factd not new. Hazlewood Nancy E! At the end of the day: we're doing this to ourselves. Shelves: adult-bo.
Email address:. What The Reviewers Say. Rave Garrett M. Graff, Wired. Readers of this memoir will find a more complex and nuanced portrait than they might expect. The James Clapper who comes across in the book possesses a self-deprecating charm and wry sense of humor No part of the life story of a grizzled military veteran comes across as more human and surprising than his recounting of his journey to being an 'LGBT ally'