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The final chapter evaluates the impacts of the dual use relationships, connecting anthropological research with Cold War military and intelligence projects, which impacted the development of American anthropology and a variety of governmental agencies and projects. Anthropology and intelligence projects both gained, in some sense, from these Cold War interactions, yet the ways that anthropology was transformed by these interactions are seldom considered. Increasing awareness of the dual use ways that anthropological research intersects with military and intelligence programs can help anthropologists better serve the populations they work with and retain some control over the applications of their work.

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