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How Bad Was FBI Spying on African American Writers? An Interview with William Maxwell
Itís no secret that the Federal Bureau of Investigation under Director J. Edgar Hoover intensely monitored and disrupted African American civil rights campaigns and militant groups in the nineteen fifties and sixties. The Bureauís hounding of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is legendary with its tracking of his movements, wiretaps of his phones, and electronic surveillance of his rooms at every turn as well as an active program to discredit and undermine him and his associates. Read More >

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How Bad Was FBI Spying on African American Writers? An Interview with William Maxwell

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