Thomas Donohue, the senior CIA officer in charge of Covert Action programs in Vietnam from 1964-1966, he managed the development of the CIA’s paramilitary “covert action” programs that Brickham and Komer incorporated in Phoenix, including the “counter-terror,” “political action,” and “census grievance” programs. A comparative religion graduate of Columbia University – and a garrulous, blustering product and practitioner of Cook County, Illinois politics – Donohue joined the CIA because he perceived the cold war as "a growth industry." Donohue is the prototype of the mythic CIA officer as charming, fast-talking, snake oil salesman.
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