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The FBI in Our Open Society
The FBI in Our Open Society
Author: Harry Overstreet, Bonaro Overstreet
We live in an age of swiftly multiplying federal laws. This makes imperative a new measure of citizen interest in how such laws are enforced. In this book, the Overstreets appraise the structure and performance of the agency chiefly responsible for their enforcement: the FBI. — Part I, Introdiction to Complexity, tells how the Bureau of Investiga...  more »
ISBN: 43789
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 400

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Publisher: W. W. Norton and Company
Book Type: Paperback
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This book is copyright 1969 and is now of more historical than contemporary interest. It is well written technically, but a clear bias comes through the narrative.
Still, as a reflection of the Bureau's relationship with the country thirty years ago, it is interesting if that is your bent.