By James Marchio

« This article explores a little known chapter in the Intelligence Community’s (IC) history that has implications for challenges it confronts in adapting new technologies and analytic methodologies to assess an ever more complex world. Drawing on formerly classified memoranda and intelligence products, the article addresses what prompted the push to use ‘new analytic methods’ in the 1970s, what they encompassed, their use within the IC, and whether these efforts altered the way intelligence analysis was produced during the decade and in subsequent years. It concludes by identifying lessons this experience from a half century ago offer for the IC today. »

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