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Federal Bureau of Investigation: History - Before The Beginning Of The F.b.i., The Beginning Of The F.b.i.

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The agency now known as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (F.B.I.) has an interesting history. While today the agency enjoys extraordinary prestige and status, and is quite encompassing in its authority and jurisdiction, the agency has a rather humble, and at times scandalous and controversial, past. The purpose of this entry is to trace the evolution of the Federal Bureau of Investigation from its beginnings to its current modern-day form.

STEVEN G. BRANDL

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