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Profiles in Leadership

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Author: Central Intelligence Agency

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This unclassified publication offers a high-level overview of the CIA's history by featuring the 23 leaders who directed the CIA and its forerunners from 1941 to 2012. By the end of the publication, readers have a deeper knowledge of the Agency's history and a greater understanding of how the successes and failures during each director's tenure helps shape the intelligence that informs policy today.

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