The FBI and the American Legion Contact Program, 1940-1966
Athan Theoharis surveys the history of the FBI's American Legion Contract Program and traces the change in the role and influence of the FBI during the World War II and Cold War years. He recounts its emergence as an autonomous agency committed to legitimating and sustaining anti-Communist politics.
The Politics of Executive Privilege, Louis Fisher Reviewed by Athan Theoharis
Detained: Immigration Laws and the Expanding I.N.S. Jail Complex, Michael Welch Reviewed by Athan Theoharis
FBI Wiretapping: A Case Study of Bureaucratic Autonomy, Athan Theoharis
The Cause that Failed: Communism in American Political Life, Guenter Lewy Reviewed by Athan Theoharis
America's Secret Power: The CIA in a Democratic Society, Loch K. Johnson Reviewed by Athan Theoharismore by this author
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