From those sources he concludes that the fbi has engaged systematically in widespread and persistent campaigns to obstruct dissent resorting to questionable if not illegal tactics and then deceiving the public and congress about the extent of its efforts. Ivan greenbergs the dangers of dissent the fbi and civil liberties since 1965 provides an excellent well documented narrative connecting these post 9 11 transformations with the fbis past efforts to monitor control and subvert a broad range of domestic political activities. While most studies of the fbi focus on the long tenure of director j edgar hoover 1924 1972 the dangers of dissent shifts the ground to the recent past. The dangers of dissent the fbi and civil liberties since 1965 ivan greenberg lexington books oct 14 2010 history 344 pages 0 reviews while most studies of the fbi focus on the long tenure of director j edgar hoover 1924 1972 the dangers of dissent shifts the ground to the recent past the dangers of dissent the fbi and civil . The dangers of dissent puts together all that has been in the public record plus a great deal which greenberg has uncovered by using the freedom of information act and by being in personal contact with individuals who have been involved in litigation with the fbi
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