Overview Edit

The Rockefeller Commission, headed by Vice-President Nelson Rockefeller, issued a single report in 1975, which delineated CIA abuses including mail openings and surveillance of domestic dissident groups. The Rockefeller Commission Report is seen by many as a "whitewash," and was superseded by the Church Committee's work in scope and depth.

The files of the Rockefeller Commission were reviewed by the Church Committee, and many of them were included as part of the roughly 50,000 pages of declassified Church Committee documents now publicly available at the National Archives.

Source Edit

  • history Matters, Rockefeller Commission Report (full-text).

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