A revised AMCOMLIB Mission Statement reflects Thomas Braden’s critique in his April 12, 1954 memorandum ["CIA Criticism of American Committee for Liberation Mission Statement"]
July 22, 1954
Memorandum from Richard M. Bisell, Jr., for Deputy Director (Plans), ‘Statement of Mission and Objectives of the American Committee for Liberation from Bolshevism’
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CIA official Richard Bissell criticizes the April 21, 1954, AMCOMLIB mission statement ["Revised American Committee for Liberation Mission Statement"], now endorsed by the State Department, as postulating far reaching goals without identifying the means necessary to achieve them.
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