Newton S. Miler

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Newton S. Miler was a senior CIA counterintelligence officer until his retirement in December 1974. At the inaugural meeting of the Consortium for the Study of Intelligence in April 1979, presented an essay on counterintelligence which argued, in Roy Godson's summary, that "counterintelligence in the US is generally misunderstood, organizationally fragmented, hemmed in by legal and other restrictions, and- in sum - inadequate to deal with the threats of hostile espionage, covert action, terrorism and sabotage that face the nation."[1]

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  1. Roy Godson, ed., Intelligence requirements for the 1980s: Elements of Intelligence, National Strategy Information Center, 1983, p.14.