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Thursday, December 03, 2015

The CIA's Guide to Creating Organizational Dysfunction (with possible implications for law-school administration and committees?)

The folks at Slate (sorry, Paul) posted the other day the Office of Strategic Services-prepared Simple Sabotage Field Manual (1944) (here), "for use by operatives in Europe who were trying to recruit civilians living in occupied countries to commit sabotage."  Here's a shot of a few choice sections:  




Posted by Rick Garnett on December 3, 2015 at 04:50 PM | Permalink


Any surprise that Wall Street lawyers played such a large role in the OSS?

Posted by: Steve Diamond | Dec 5, 2015 5:38:09 PM

Wow, who knew so many faculty members were actually undercover agents, or at least skilled enough to be?

Posted by: TS | Dec 3, 2015 8:02:22 PM

I love this and can think of so many useful applications... :)

Posted by: Ian Bartrum | Dec 3, 2015 5:02:26 PM

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