Skip to content

The FBI: a History

Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones’s volume makes an important, accessible and timely contribution to the literature and historiography of the FBI. Among its many positives, two stand out. The first is Jeffreys-Jones’s decision to begin the book’s chronology by stressing the significance of federal law enforcement activities in racial matters during the period of southern Reconstruction after theContinue reading “The FBI: a History”