By David H. Price
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Senate 1976: 189). Movements to keep the cia off American campuses began in 1966; with time this campaign spread and focused on keeping both cia recruiters and sponsored research off campus (Mills 1991; Price 2011e). A confidential 1968 cia report titled “Student Reaction to cia Recruitment Activities on Campus” summarized the stages of the movement’s growth and credited Ramparts with spawning antirecruitment campaigns at Grinnell College, the City College of New York, San Jose State, and Harvard in 1966 (cia 1968b: 1).
The cia’s charter authorized no domestic or international law enforcement authority; instead, the agency was charged with the collection and analysis of intelligence relating to national security. The cia was administered by the executive branch, with a bureaucracy providing oversight by a group known as the Forty Committee, which could authorize cia covert operations in consultation with the executive branch. The looseness of its charge allowed the agency to undertake a wide range of operations with no oversight outside of the executive branch.
Information for the catalogue is obtained through annual surveys of universities, foundations, research centers, e tc. The catalogue is unclassified and is open to the public. External Research lists of current private research on foreign areas and international affairs are published and distributed throughout the government and to university libraries, department heads, individual scholars, and foreign academic institutions. S. Agency for International Development (usaid), Air Force Intelligence, and other governmental agencies might P olitical E conomy and I ntelligence | 23 best coordinate the use of the social and behavioral science research being produced, the cia suggested the formation of a “working group” with “a number of coordinating specialists thoroughly familiar with the literature in the relevant fields whose duty it would be to maintain liaisons with all government agencies and research scholars” (foia cia-rdp80B01676R002400030004–1, 7/26/62).