Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -552) and index.
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The Bureau is created Survival in the early months The Mann Act - the first big assignment The Bureau takes up war work Investigation of opinions Investigation of Opinions continued The bomb plots The General Intelligence Division The GID and the IWW The campaign against anarchist writers The early communists Racial problems The Bureau deals with its critics The deportation raids The dragnet Guilt by membership Searches and seizures Treatment of prisoners Confessions and trials Bail The S.S. Buford The lawyers speak out What the raids accomplished Business as usual under a new attorney general Surveillance over labor disputes the Bureau surveys the legislature The rising tide of criticism The education of a federal policeman A new wave of criticism Proposed remedies The Bureau and civil service The Bureau castigates its critics The filing system Public relations New crimes to conquer Jurisdictional problems Spies and saboteurs Investigation of beliefs.
KF5108 .L69 1950
New York : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich,