Front-Page Detective: William J. Burns and the Detective Profession, 1880-1930

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William J. Burns (1880-1930) was the immediate succor of J. Edgar Hoover at the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He had taken the director's job when Warren Harding was elected and appointed Burns' friend, Harry Daugherty, as Attorney General. Both Daugherty and Burns misused their offices and were forced to resign.

Front-Page Detective: William J. Burns and the Detective Profession, 1880-1930 1990, University of Wisconsin Press, Bowling Green State Univ. Popular Pr

ISBN-13: 9780879724962

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Front-Page Detective: William J. Burns and the Detective Profession, 1880-1930 1990, Popular Press

ISBN-13: 9780879724955

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