published an article on the Central Intelligence Agency
in 1964. A copy was sent to Harry S. Truman. The former President
responded with a letter.
In the letter, to editor William B. Arthur, Harry Truman states that "The CIA was set up by me for the sole purpose of getting all the available information to the President. It was not intended to operate as an international agency involved in strange activities."
Compromised: Clinton, Bush and the CIA / Terry Reed and John Cummings. S.P.I. Books 1994.