Whiteout: the CIA, drugs, and the press

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In 1996, Gary Webb, a young reporter on a California newspaper charged that the CIA had conspired in the smuggling of cocaine into the U.S. and its subsequent dissemination into black urban neighborhoods. In an exciting narrative, WHITE-OUT surveys the resulting furor and lays out in explosive detail one of the most shocking hidden histories of our time.

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WHITE-OUT: The CIA, Drugs and the Press

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An investigative report on the CIA's involvement in drug dealing and other nefarious deeds and the failure of the press to expose them. Nation columnist Cockburn and St. Clair (co-writer with Cockburn ... Read full review

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Contents

Webbs Big Story
1
Counterattack
29
The History of Black Paranoia
63
Copyright

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