Ward Churchill, Jim Vander Wall, "Agents of Repression: The FBI's Secret Wars Against the Black Panther Party and the American Indian Movement"
English | 1990 | ISBN-10: 0896082938, 0896082946 | 508 pages | PDF | 154 MB
Calling the FBI America's political police, this book examines the agency's harassment, surveillance, and disruption of black and Native American groups in the 1960s and 1970s, and shows how it sought to maintain the sociopolitical status quo within the country. The authors demonstrate how the FBI's covert counter-intelligence program known as COINTELPRO, which was set up to undermine liberal groups, came to symbolize the whole context of "clandestine political repression activities." For students of radical movements and government repression. John R. Sillito, Weber State Coll. Lib., Ogden, Ut.