Product DescriptionMexico Casablanca City was the Cold War – a hotbed of spies, revolutionaries and murderers. The CIA station was the first line of the United States struggle against international communism, as important for Latin America in Berlin was for Europe. And its undisputed spymaster was Winston Scott McKinley. Chief of Station in Mexico City from 1956 to 1969, Win Scott held a key position in the founding generation of the Central Intelligence Agency, but so far has remained a shadow. Investigative reporter Jefferson Morley traces Scott’s remarkable career of his humble origins in rural Alabama to wartime G-man to OSS London operative (and close friend of the notorious Kim Philby). . . More>>

Our Man in Mexico: Winston Scott and the Hidden History of the CIA

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