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A History of the FBI By Tim Weiner (Audiobook)

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    Enemies: A History of the FBI By Tim Weiner (Audiobook)
    Unabridged AudioBook | 2013 | Genre: | English | ISBN-13: N/A | MP3 96Kb | Length: 18 hrs and 32 mins | 764 MB

    The Washington Post ? New York Daily News ? Slate

    ?Fast-paced, fair-minded, and fascinating, Tim Weiner?s Enemies turns the long history of the FBI into a story that is as compelling, and important, as today?s headlines.??Jeffrey Toobin, author of The Oath


    Enemies is the first definitive history of the FBI?s secret intelligence operations, from an author whose work on the Pentagon and the CIA won him the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award.

    We think of the FBI as America?s police force. But secret intelligence is the Bureau?s first and foremost mission. Enemies is the story of how presidents have used the FBI to conduct political warfare, and how the Bureau became the most powerful intelligence service the United States possesses.

    Here is the hidden history of America?s hundred-year war on terror. The FBI has fought against terrorists, spies, anyone it deemed subversive?and sometimes American presidents. The FBI?s secret intelligence and surveillance techniques have created a tug-of-war between national security and civil liberties. It is a tension that strains the very fabric of a free republic.

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