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The Central Intelligence Agency has been declassifying and releasing a lot of its documents into the public domain. All can be found at this nicely done website: CIA Home > Library > Electronic Reading Room >:
Who We Are and What We Do
Do UFOs fascinate you? Are you a history buff who wants to learn more about the Bay of Pigs, Vietnam or the A-12 Oxcart? Have stories about spies always fascinated you? You can find information about all of these topics and more in the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Electronic Reading Room.

What is the Electronic Reading Room?
The FOIA Electronic Reading Room is provided as a public service by the CIA and its Office of Information Management. Here you can view previously released documents, released through the FOIA and other disclosure statutes. If you would like to view our previously released documents and collections, visit our Frequently Requested Records, our Special Collections, and our 25 Year Program Archive. You can search all the documents by using the search bar at the top of the page, or you can browse collections of documents on historically significant topics compiled by our office. Please note that not all documents reside in collections, so you may wish to perform a search as well as browse the collection you are interested in. Because of CIA's need to comply with U.S. national security laws, some documents - or parts of documents - cannot be released to the public. Specifically, the CIA has the responsibility to protect intelligence sources and methods from disclosure.
Very cool stuff -- they did a nice job with the scanning and cleaning up of the documents.

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