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The Security Agencies of the United States

How the CIA, FBI, NSA, and Homeland Security Keep Us Safe

Series: The Constitution and the United States Government

By Tom Streissguth

Read about America's Security Agencies and how they keep us safe.

Library Bound Book978-0-7660-4064-9$35.93$26.95

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"A crucial addition to secondary school libraries and government studies classes, the series uses recent and historical events to engage the young reader. While it is predictable that the Constitution is featured along with the three branches of government, it is rare to find a separate title devoted to U.S. security agencies . . ."

Library Media Connection, May/June 2013

". . . well researched and informative."

The Horn Book Guide, Spring 2013

"Well written and documented, the author has put together a very interesting history of the major federal organizations responsible for the security of this nation."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, September 2012

"The writing is accessible, and the organization and source notes are impeccable. Overall, these are great choices for middle-school students."

School Library Journal, November 2012

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