Eisenhower library opens Bissell papersBreaking News
The Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum is releasing some 56,000 pages of documents from the files of Richard Bissell, a former director of plans for the CIA.
The collection is located in the Eisenhower archives in Abilene.
The documents reveal Bissell's thoughts on covert activities and national defense strategy, his education, his work as an economist with the Marshall Plan, and his years in private industry. ...
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