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The Pueblo Surrender

A Covert Action by the National Security Agency

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This edition was published in by M. Evans in New York.

Written in English

294 pages

It was 20 years ago, journalist Liston argues, that the National Security Agency set up the spy ship USS Pueblo as a juicy, poisoned plum to be grabbed by the North Koreans--a ploy by the United States to aid in the breaking of a Soviet code system. Liston, who admits that he is not an expert in this arena, claims to have unveiled a conspiracy that eight other books and a heated Congressional inquiry (his primary sources of information) failed to discover. Although he weaves a troubling tale, Liston's histrionics and innuendoes weaken his credibility. He tantalizes with questions, but tends to leave the discerning reader with more doubts than clear answers.

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August 1, 1991, Bantam
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The Pueblo surrender: a covert action by the National Security Agency.
1991, Bantam Books
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The Pueblo Surrender: A Covert Action by the National Security Agency
1988, M. Evans
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It was 20 years ago, journalist Liston argues, that the National Security Agency set up the spy ship USS Pueblo as a juicy, poisoned plum to be grabbed by the North Koreans--a ploy by the United States to aid in the breaking of a Soviet code system. Liston, who admits that he is not an expert in this arena, claims to have unveiled a conspiracy that eight other books and a heated Congressional inquiry (his primary sources of information) failed to discover. Although he weaves a troubling tale, Liston's histrionics and innuendoes weaken his credibility. He tantalizes with questions, but tends to leave the discerning reader with more doubts than clear answers.

The Pueblo Surrender

A Covert Action by the National Security Agency

This edition was published in by M. Evans in New York.


Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. [288]
Includes index.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
359.3/432/0973
Library of Congress
VB230 .L57 1988

The Physical Object

Format
Hardback
Pagination
xvi, 294 p. :
Number of pages
294
Dimensions
9 x 6.3 x 1.4 inches
Weight
.8 ounces

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL2060366M
Internet Archive
isbn_9780871315540
ISBN 10
0871315548
ISBN 13
9780871315540
LC Control Number
88039716
Amazon.com
B004I6D5AY
Library Thing
598761
Goodreads
3433428

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