Published February 5, 1990
by Random House Value Publishing .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
Dangerous Dossiers Herbert Mitgang, Author, Robert Mitgang, Author Dutton Books $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author Buy this book The FBI, CIA and other. Dangerous Dossiers User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Gaining access to FBI files through the Freedom of Information Act, Mitgang learned how America's writers and artistsincluding Pearl S. Buck, Thomas Mann, Georgia O'Keefe, and E. B. Whitehave been. Called "a fascinating, illuminating and above all, morally decent book" by The New York Times, and "first-class journalism" by The Associated Press, this exposé and the many "dangerous dossiers" it contains reveal no evidence of guilt on the part of the targets of the FBI witch-hunts. But Mitgang finds plenty of proof of the paranoia. Dangerous dossiers Item Preview remove-circle Borrow this book to access EPUB files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on J SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata) Pages:
Dangerous Dossiers, by Herbert Mitgang (Penguin/Primus, $). Does anyone still care that all during J. Edgar Hoover's reign the FBI was . Dangerous is very much what should be expected from Milo with his usual blend of humour and information. Milo's usual writing style is equally effective in a longer format as it is in a shorter format. Dangerous is divided into topic specific chapters making the book easy to read and understand/5. Dangerous dossiers by Herbert Mitgang; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Politics and literature, American literature, American Authors, Political and social views, United States, Police patrol, Censorship, United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States. Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. Dangerous dossiers: exposing the secret war against America's greatest authorsPages:
Dangerous Dossiers is as powerful and relevant today as it was when it first made worldwide headlines 25 years ago: a chilling reminder of the dangers of unfettered government intrusion into the lives and beliefs of private citizens, whether famous or not. This shocking account by award-winning author and former New York Times cultural reporter Herbert Mitgang provided hard evidence for the /5. Editorial Reviews. 07/31/ To know author Yiannopoulos is to expect an over-the-top, self-promotional book, and his debut is just that: “I’m far too hot, popular, and quick-witted to be disappeared by outraged op-eds,” he writes at the beginning before going directly for the elephant in the room, the controversy that cost Yiannopoulos his contract with Simon & Schuster and leads him /5(49). ''Dangerous Dossiers'' is the product of several years of legal effort under the Freedom of Information Act, and it presents excerpts from the files of writers ranging from Nelson Algren to Edmund. The most dangerous book I read (when I was about 13) was probably Go Ask Alice. At the time, it was sold as a non fiction book, the diary of a real (middle class, white, American, teenage) girl Author: Emily Drabble.