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Quarto, paperbound, ii, 339 pp. Near-Fine, with light foxing (age darkened spotting) to endpapers. Contents: Introduction by J.A. Parker; Myth and Counter-Myth by the Editors; The FBI as a Libertarian Institution by M. Stanton Evans; The FBI in a Free Socity by William A. Stanmeyer; Shooting Down a Legend by Alice Widener; Facts and Fictions of the Police State by the Editors; A Power of the Police State by the Editors; Wiretaps in Perspective by Daniel Joy; Informants by Mary Meade; The Gentleman's Force by Charles Rice; By the Book by Donald Albanito; A Free Society's Need by Ernest van den Haag; The Domestic Intelligence Mission by the Editors; Espionage: An Old Problem Still With Us by Lawrence V. Cott; The Internal Secrutity Assignment by the Editors; Intelligence: A Business of Law Enforcement by Frank C. Carringon; Expanding the War on Crime by John Snyder; Civil Rights: Doing the Job by Andrew C. Seamans; Crime and Civil Rights: A New Federal War by the Editors; The Ultimate Safeguard by Dwight D. Murphy; A Beacon for the Future by the Editors.
Title: This is the FBI: A Study of the Federal Bureau of Investigation by Americans for Effective Law Enforcement, Inc.
Categories: U. S. Government,
Publisher: Washington, DC: Friends of the FBI, Inc., 1973.:
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