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Until his retirement in 2011, Robert H. Gates served as the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency during the administrations of two presidents and as a member of the National Security Council for four commanders-in-chief. During his 25-year government service, he was there: at or near the forefront of foreign policy war, international conflicts, and squabbles with Congress, the Pentagon, and the White House. In this detailed, exceptionally candid autobiography, he describes his participation in decades of Washington decision-making. A major autobiography; certain to receive prominent reviews and media coverage.