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THE FBI'S ROLE IN THE FIELD OF CIVIL RIGHTS

HOOVER, John [J.] Edgar

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Washington DC: United States Department of Justice / Federal Bureau of Investigation, (1963). First Edition. 4to. pamphlet. Toning. Overall sound, unmarked. (Item ID: 15131)

A Hoover-authored, FBI-reprinted article on the early 1960's role of the Bureau in Civil Rights cases in the deep South. Originally published in an August, 1963 issue of the "Yale Political" magazine. Uncommon. 7pp.



By This Author: HOOVER, John [J.] Edgar
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