Washington Monthly Editorial Staff


Bullseyes and Blunders: Our Best and Worst Calls

Good Call: Prying Eyes The Washington Monthly celebrated the first anniversary of its debut with a bang: an expos by former U.S. Army Intelligence Officer Christopher H. Pyle detailing the Armys heretofore unknown domestic surveillance programs. For four years, Pyle explained in CONUS Intelligence (January 1970), the Army had been keeping tabs on the lawful… Read more »