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Landon Chronicles (1917-1918): Margaret on President Wilson and Earliest Intelligence Service (hour 64, clip 10) | Special Collections, Buswell Library

 
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Landon Chronicles (1917-1918): Margaret on President Wilson and Earliest Intelligence Service (hour 64, clip 10)
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1917-1918
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Margaret explains how, in World War I, President Wilson discovered that the US had no such thing as an intelligence service, and so began to address this issue, but the little that he did at that time had probably disappeared when WWII started. The French and British intelligence services go way back, but the US had none. Kenneth points out that the US was an isolationist country, and its policy was not to become involved in foreign wars. So there was no feeling of need for an intelligence agency. (Length 2:29)
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LC64-10
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Special Collections, Buswell Library
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