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Kent was the son of U. Alex rated it really liked it Aug 08, George Wheeler added it Jun 15, Kent’s unique and enduring role within the US intelligence community was to formalize analytical “tradecraft” and methodologies, while encouraging creation of a “literature of intelligence” to provide a formal mechanism for the transfer of knowledge and experiences between nitelligence of analysts.
Kent led ONE through years of challenge and crisis, including McCarthy-era accusations against one of Kent’s young aides, future presidential advisor William Bundy and “predictive failures” during the Cuban Missile Crisis  and other Cold War “flaps”. He was a graduate of The Thacher School founded by his uncle Sherman Day Thacher and Yale University where he studied European history with the intention of spending his career as an academic.
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Retrieved 5 June After a post-war stint at the National War Collegehe returned to Yale for three years, during which time he penned his classic work, Strategic Intelligence for American World Policy.
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He shermsn often described as “the father of intelligence analysis”. Retrieved 5 June — via Google Books. After graduating inhe spent several years teaching and doing research but joined the Office of Strategic Services OSS with the outbreak of the war in Europe in Originally published in Retrieved from ” https: Refresh and try again.