, counterespionage and counterterrorism.
support," were able to achieve rapprochement "by convincing their armed forces to focus on countersubversion
Alex Goodall, Loyalty and Liberty: American Countersubversion
from World War I to the McCarthy Era (Urbana: University of Illinois Press 2013)
We countered with progressive alternatives to crime control, critiques of counterterrorism and countersubversion
, and a condemnation of the newly established high-security units that marked a rejection of all vestiges of the rehabilitative ideal (education, skills acquisition) for the general prison population.
Moreover, as Sbardellati points out, Hoover adopted the extreme ideologue Ayn Rand's Screen Guide for Americans, if not her brand of countersubversion
, as his guide for detecting Communist propaganda in films.
The Civil War inaugurated the "era of American countersubversion
," during which the taking up of private arms, in the Northern mind at least, became the essence of illegitimacy.
Kilcullen, Subversion and Countersubversion
in the Campaign Against Terrorism in Europe, 30 STUD.
Andrew argues that MI5's success in counter-espionage should outweigh its failure in countersubversion
, but this is just one of several attempts to downplay MI5's excesses in this area.
Kilcullen, "Subversion and Countersubversion
in the Campaign against Terrorism in Europe," Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 30:8 (2007).
American counterinsurgency specialists identified weaknesses in the Salvadoran intelligence system and began working with Salvadoran officers, most notably General Jose Alberto Medrano, on "the development of a countersubversion
intelligence network, based on local informants and integrated at the national level." (21)
Kilcullen, "Subversion and countersubversion
in the campaign against terrorism in Europe", Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Vol.
(10.) KILCULLEN, David J., "Subversion and Countersubversion
in the Campaign against Terrorism in Europe", Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, vol.