CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY
. c. OFFICE OF THE .DIRECTOR
Honorable Dilloo Anderson Special Assistant to tbe President Tbe White House Washington, D. C.
Dear Mr. Anderson:
concerns tbe .letter of5 addressed to the-lM^pp|and delivered to your office.
his letter certain basic questiona concern-propriety of the clandestine operations of the" Central
luestions direct themselves to
thb basic philosophy oi' the United Stetee engaging in cold, war operations to counter those of the Communist Bloc.
As you are aware, the charter of the Centralfor engaging in cold war ope rati odd has been laid down bySecurity Council. This charier was issued only aftercareful consideration end with the increasing awarenessCommunist Bloc through clandestine operations was winningwar. Since tbe time that this Jcharter was issued nmimisri^pi Tt'prai '
suggest that you grantan interview for the
purpoee-oiLindicating that the activities of the Central Intelligence Agency are carefully ^eeseriW by the highest authority Intatoa. Perbnps-it.vould be wise to indicate to this individualyfind! his work In "the Central WUlgence Agencywith seme of his beliefs* elieve that it also should be indicated -MlMpthat there ara<chonnelo of appealo him within tne Central Intelligence Agency, and thatrhe^an"<Ti6cuss his problem in greater detallwrfh the Inspector General of the' Agency.
greatly appreciate your bringing this matter to our
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