1 edition of The burglary found in the catalog.
Written in English
The never-before-told complete story of the history-changing break-in at the FBI office in Media, Pennsylvania, by a group of unlikely activists -- quiet, ordinary, hardworking Americans -- that exposed the shocking truth and confirmed what some had long suspected: that J. Edgar Hoover was operating, in violation of the U.S. Constitution, his own shadow Bureau of Investigation.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 845-925).
|Series||Thorndike Press large print crime scene, Thorndike Press large print crime scene|
|LC Classifications||HV8144.F43 M43 2014b|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||927|
|LC Control Number||2014004816|
The Burglary is an important and riveting book, a portrait of the potential power of nonviolent resistance and the destructive power of excessive government secrecy and spying. About the Author Betty Medsger was born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. By subcategory, percent of burglaries involved forcible entry, percent were unlawful entries, and percent were attempted forcible entry. (Based on Table ) Victims of burglary offenses suffered an estimated $ billion in property losses in The average dollar loss per burglary offense was $2, (Based on Tables 1 and ).
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I feel deeply conflicted about this book. It's an important book that raises deeply unsettling, important questions about liberty, resistance, privacy, and the nature of government. That said, Medsger's writing left me frustrated and annoyed. I've rarely encountered a book as desperately in need of an editor as The only does the published book (from Knopf, no less) have typos in 4/5.
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Read An. Of these seven, five agreed to be publicly identified: Keith Forsyth, Bonnie Raines, John C. Raines (who 10 years prior to the burglary was a member of the Freedom Riders), and Robert Williamson; the recruiter and informal leader, William C.
Davidon, died in before the book was published but had planned to reveal his involvement, as well. A new book reveals details of the historic burglary of an FBI office in Media, Pa., that exposed domestic surveillance abuses committed by J.
Edgar Hoover's FBI. Throughout the book, the burglars are portrayed as devoted followers of civil disobedience and nonviolent resistance.
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Contents: Burglary in debate --Defining burglary --Sources used in the book --The problem --Burglary: the folk crime of the new millennium?--Anxiety about burglary --The extent of burglary --The myth of the 'average person': variations in risk --Variations in. The Burglary is an important and riveting book, a portrait of the potential power of nonviolent resistance and the destructive power of excessive government secrecy and spying.
GENRE. History. RELEASED. January 7 LANGUAGE. EN. English. LENGTH. Pages PUBLISHER. Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group. SELLER.4/5(23).Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Summary: Burglary is a high-volume crime that impacts upon the general public and, particularly, on those who are victimised.
This work addresses the nature of burglary and policies directed against it.Burglary in a Dwelling: The offense, the offender and the victim. Cambridge Studies in Criminology London: Heinemann.
E-mail Citation» This book provides a useful general overview of the state of knowledge about burglary in the early s and makes a useful contribution to knowledge on the impact of burglary on victims.