Investigative reporter Seymour Hersh was one of the first to reveal the extent of domestic spying by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) since the 1950s, particularly on antiwar protesters, civil rights activists, and some members of Congress. Congress responded quickly to the allegations, establishing select committees on intelligence in both the House and the Senate in 1975.
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