FBI Historian John Fox on J. Edgar Hoover
FBI historian John Fox spoke about the career of J. Edgar Hoover who served as FBI Director for 48 years, from 1924 until 1972. He talked about Hoover’s role in developing the FBI, and how perceptions of Hoover changed late in his career. The speech is from the Raleigh Spy Conference, held at the North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh, North Carolina. close
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