Book I: Foreign and Military Intelligence
Along with seven volumes of Hearings, the Senate Select Committee
published seven reports, including its interim report on assassination
plots. Book I is a general report on foreign and military intelligence
activities of the U.S. government. It includes detailed descriptions
of the history and functions of the agencies of the U.S. government
engaging in foreign intelligence, including the CIA, State Department,
and Department of Defense. Specific activities of intelligence agencies,
including covert action, counterintelligence, and the use of "proprietaries"
are also covered.