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The secret life of J Edgar Hoover
J. Edgar Hoover of the FBI Was Both Black and Gay? Historians Speak Out - Rolling Out
J Edgar Hoover was a phenomenon. The first Director of the FBI , he remained in office for 48 years, from his appointment after the First World War to his death in , achieving fame and extraordinary power. For public consumption when he died, President Richard Nixon eulogised him as: "One of the giants… a national symbol of courage, patriotism and granite-like honesty and integrity. In private, on hearing that he had died, Nixon had responded merely: "Jesus Christ!
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J. Edgar Hoover Was Homosexual, Blackmailed by Mob, Book Says
For J. Edgar Hoover, secrets were a way of life. As the first director of the FBI, it was part of his everyday work life to create and keep secrets, with regards to his professional career. However, to Hoover, secrets were also one of the necessary evils of his personal life. Decades have passed since his death in , but the rumors surrounding the controversial personal and professional life of J.
In , the year the United States entered World War I , Hoover passed the bar and obtained a draft-exempt position as a clerk with the Department of Justice. Appointed as a special assistant to Attorney General A. Initially hailed as a success, the so-called Palmer Raids were soon criticized by many for violating the civil liberties of thousands of Americans. Palmer eventually resigned in disgrace, but Hoover emerged relatively unscathed, despite his role in planning and executing the raids.