The FBI's Stretching of Presidential Directives, 1936-1953
Athan G. Theoharis details the history of presidential directives issued between 1936 and 1953 bearing on the FBI's authority to investigate dissident political activities. He concludes that because presidential supervision of the FBI was inadequate, the FBI was able to self-define the scope of it s authority.
Secrecy and Power: Unanticipated Problems in Researching FBI Files, Athan G. Theoharis
A Conspiracy So Immense: The World of Joe McCarthy, David M. Oshinsky Reviewed by Athan G. Theoharis
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