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Spy CapitalismITEK and the CIA$
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Jonathan E. Lewis

Print publication date: 2002

Print ISBN-13: 9780300091922

Published to Yale Scholarship Online: October 2013

DOI: 10.12987/yale/9780300091922.001.0001

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“You damned fool, now look what you've gone and done”

“You damned fool, now look what you've gone and done”

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(p.8) 2 “You damned fool, now look what you've gone and done”
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Spy Capitalism
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Jonathan E. Lewis

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Yale University Press
DOI:10.12987/yale/9780300091922.003.0002

This chapter states how, if the Germans captured Major Franklin Lindsay, he would probably be executed as a spy. Helping American copper producers more efficiently allocate their inventory to industry, Lindsay made sure the factories never had to slow their assembly lines due to a supply shortage again. Lindsay's initial experience with the Partisans was exhilarating. Over time, he concluded that the Partisans were using him. Lindsay left the CIA for a job at the Ford Foundation, maintained a consulting relationship with his old employer, and continued to research a new approach to fighting the Cold War. Lindsay proposed that Rockefeller organize a new kind of study, one that presented genuine solutions and practical action programs that could be implemented by both Congress and the President.

Keywords:   Germans, Maj. Franklin Lindsay, spy, Partisans, CIA, Rockefeller, Cold War

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