|Title:||J. Edgar Hoover: Controversial FBI Director (Signature Lives: Modern America)|
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|Publisher:||Compass Point Books (September 1, 2005)|
A biography profiling the life of J. Edgar Hoover, the powerful and controversial director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation during the 20th century. Includes source notes and timeline. Kevin Cunningham is an author and travel writer. He has written about Arthur Ashe, Condoleezza Rice, and Joseph Stalin. He lives in Chicago, Illinois. Age Range: 10 - 12 years. Grade Level: 5 - 7. Lexile Measure: 990L (What's this?) Series: Signature Lives: Modern America.
John Edgar Hoover (January 1, 1895 – May 2, 1972) was the first Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of the United States and an American law enforcement administrator.
A biography profiling the life of J.
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Controversial FBI Director · Signature Lives: Modern America. Publisher: Compass Point Books.
J. Edgar Hoover: Controversial Fbi Director( Series - Signature Lives ) (English). Author : Kevin Cunningham. Publisher : Compass Point Books.
The film focuses on . dgar's controversial personality. It follows him as he made the Federal Bureau of Investigations into one of the country's most powerful agencies and became one of the most powerful political figures of his time. The plot spans more than 50 years, eight presidencies and three wars. It portrays Hoover as a Macchiavelian figure who believes that the end justifies the means. He systematically collects information on . citizens and politicians. No one is above suspicion
J Edgar Hoover was a phenomenon. The first Director of the FBI, he remained in office for 48 years, from his appointment after the First World War to his death in 1972, achieving fame and extraordinary power. For public consumption when he died, President Richard Nixon eulogised him as: "One of the giant. national symbol of courage, patriotism and granite-like honesty and integrity.