[Because the very helpful SRRT International Responsibilities Task Force bibliography was published in pdf it may not be easily found. I am reprinting it below].
Selected Bibliography on Disinformation.
Compiled for the International Responsibilities Task Force of SRRT program entitled "Destabilization, Disinformation, and Librarians." ALA 2005 Annual Conference, Chicago, June 25,2005.
1964 Gulf of Tonkin Resolution. Washington DC: U.S. Congress.
1971 Pentagon Papers, by Neil Sheehan et al. New York: New York Times.
1975. Inside the Company: CIA Diary, by Philip Agee. London: Allen Lane.
1978. Dirty Work: the CIA in western Europe, by Philip Agee, & Louis Wolf. New York: Dorset Press.
1982. The Real Terror Network: terrorism in fact and propaganda, by Edward S. Herman. Boston: South End Press.
1985. Storm Over Chile, by Samuel Chavkin. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company.
1988. Agents of Repression: the FBI's secret wars against the Black Panther Party and the American Indian Movement, by Ward Churchill and Jim Vander Wall. Boston: South End
1989 The "Terrorism" Industry: the experts and institutions that shape our view of terror, by Edward S. Herman and Gerry O'Sullivan. New York: Pantheon.
1990. COINTELPRO Papers: documents from the FBI's secret war against dissent in the United States, by Ward Churchill and Jim Vander Wall. Boston: South End Press.
1997. Warriors of Disinformation, by Alvin Snyder. New York: Arcade Publishing.
1999. Cultural Cold War: the CIA and the world of arts and letters, by Frances Stonor Saunders.New York: The New Press.
1999. Psywar on Cuba : the declassified history of U.S. anti-Castro propaganda, edited by Jon Elliston. Melbourne, Vic. & New York: Ocean Press.
2002. Body of Secrets : anatomy of the ultra-secret National Security Agency : from the Cold War through the dawn of a new century, by James Bamford. New York: Anchor Books.
2003. Covert Action: the roots of terrorism, edited by Ellen Ray and William H. Schapp. Melbourne:Ocean Press.
2003. Abuse Your Illusions: the disinformation guide to media mirages and establishment lies, edited by Russ Kick. New York: Disinformation Co.
2004. Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, by John Perkins. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler.
2004. Inside the Pentagon Papers, by John Prados and Margaret Pratt Porter. Lawrence:University Press of Kansas.
2005. The Chavez Code: deciphering the intervention of the United States in Venezuela, by Eva Golinger. Editorial de Ciencias Sociales.
Compiled for the International Responsibilities Task Force of SRRT program entitled Destabilization,
Disinformation, and Librarians. ALA 2005 Annual Conference, Chicago, June 25,2005.
See SRRT Newsletter December 2005. No. 152/153.
Librarians oppose the Bush doctrine of misinformation.