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==See also== ==See also==
*[[Chieu Hoi]] *[[Chieu Hoi]]
 +*[[CIA]]'s [[Special Activities Division]]
 +*[[Congress for Cultural Freedom]]
*[[Information warfare]] *[[Information warfare]]
 +*[[Lockheed EC-130]]
 +*[[Operation Mockingbird]]
*[[Pentagon military analyst program]] *[[Pentagon military analyst program]]
-*[[Political Warfare Executive]] 
*[[Psychological warfare]] *[[Psychological warfare]]
*[[Psychological Warfare Division]] *[[Psychological Warfare Division]]
-*[[Psychological Operations in Guerrilla Warfare]] 
-*[[CIA]]'s [[Special Activities Division]] 
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