The legendary CIA counterintellience chief James Angleton invoked T.S. Eliot’s reference in “Gerontion” to a “wilderness of mirrors” in order to describe his own work. At OpinionJournal Edward Jay Epstein brings Angleton’s spirit to his coverage of a talk given by one of Angleton’s foremost KGB antagonists: “The man who stole the secrets.”
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