Disinformation Bibliography

[Because the very helpful SRRT International Responsibilities Task Force bibliography was published in pdf it may not be easily found. I am reprinting it below].
Selected Bibliography on Disinformation.
Compiled for the International Responsibilities Task Force of SRRT program entitled "Destabilization, Disinformation, and Librarians." ALA 2005 Annual Conference, Chicago, June 25,2005.
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1964 Gulf of Tonkin Resolution. Washington DC: U.S. Congress.
1971 Pentagon Papers, by Neil Sheehan et al. New York: New York Times.
1975. Inside the Company: CIA Diary, by Philip Agee. London: Allen Lane.
1978. Dirty Work: the CIA in western Europe, by Philip Agee, & Louis Wolf. New York: Dorset Press.
1982. The Real Terror Network: terrorism in fact and propaganda, by Edward S. Herman. Boston: South End Press.
1985. Storm Over Chile, by Samuel Chavkin. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company.
1988. Agents of Repression: the FBI's secret wars against the Black Panther Party and the American Indian Movement, by Ward Churchill and Jim Vander Wall. Boston: South End
Press.
1989 The "Terrorism" Industry: the experts and institutions that shape our view of terror, by Edward S. Herman and Gerry O'Sullivan. New York: Pantheon.
1990. COINTELPRO Papers: documents from the FBI's secret war against dissent in the United States, by Ward Churchill and Jim Vander Wall. Boston: South End Press.
1997. Warriors of Disinformation, by Alvin Snyder. New York: Arcade Publishing.
1999. Cultural Cold War: the CIA and the world of arts and letters, by Frances Stonor Saunders.New York: The New Press.
1999. Psywar on Cuba : the declassified history of U.S. anti-Castro propaganda, edited by Jon Elliston. Melbourne, Vic. & New York: Ocean Press.
2002. Body of Secrets : anatomy of the ultra-secret National Security Agency : from the Cold War through the dawn of a new century, by James Bamford. New York: Anchor Books.
2003. Covert Action: the roots of terrorism, edited by Ellen Ray and William H. Schapp. Melbourne:Ocean Press.
2003. Abuse Your Illusions: the disinformation guide to media mirages and establishment lies, edited by Russ Kick. New York: Disinformation Co.
2004. Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, by John Perkins. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler.
2004. Inside the Pentagon Papers, by John Prados and Margaret Pratt Porter. Lawrence:University Press of Kansas.
2005. The Chavez Code: deciphering the intervention of the United States in Venezuela, by Eva Golinger. Editorial de Ciencias Sociales.
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Compiled for the International Responsibilities Task Force of SRRT program entitled Destabilization,
Disinformation, and Librarians. ALA 2005 Annual Conference, Chicago, June 25,2005.
See SRRT Newsletter December 2005. No. 152/153.
Librarians oppose the Bush doctrine of misinformation.