FBI/Intelligence Agencies

“Hoover Damned,” The Spectator, February 2023, pp. 44-45. (Beverly Gage, G-Man, & Paul Letersky, The Director).

“The Man Who Exposed the Watchers,” The Critic, July-August 2020, pp. 70-72. (Barton Gellman, Dark Mirror, and Edward Snowden, Permanent Record).

‘Multiple Levels of Hearsay Upon Hearsay,’Wall Street Journal, 16 December 2019, p. A19.

“Democrats and FBI Abuses,” Wall Street Journal, 6 February 2018, p. A19.

The Intel Chiefs Did to Trump What Hoover Did to MLK,” Washington Post, 18 January 2017.

When Domestic Terrorism Raged,” Washington Post, 5 April 2015, p. B6. (Bryan Burrough, Days of Rage: America’s Radical Underground, the FBI, and the Forgotten Age of Revolutionary Violence).

“Meet the Burglars Who Outsmarted Hoover’s FBI,” Washington Post, 26 January 2014, p. B1. (Betty Medsger, The Burglary: The Discovery of J. Edgar Hoover’s Secret FBI).

“From Russia, With Love,” Newsweek, 25 May 2009, p. 84. (Haynes, Klehr & Vassiliev, Spies: The Rise and Fall of the KGB in America).

“Intelligence Tests,” Wilson Quarterly 31 (Fall 2007): 89-92. (Tim Weiner, Legacy of Ashes, and Amy Zegart, Spying Blind).

“A Revealing Look Back at Deep Throat,” Chicago Tribune, 7 August 2005, pp. XIV-1, 4. (Bob Woodward, The Secret Man: The Story of Watergate’s Deep Throat).

“FBI: The Bad Old Days,” Chicago Tribune, 24 October 2004, pp. XIV-1, 6. (Richard Gid Powers, Broken, & Athan Theoharis, The FBI and American Democracy).

“Whitewashing Reds,” Wilson Quarterly 28 (Winter 2004): 119-121. (John Earl Haynes & Harvey Klehr, In Denial: Historians, Communism and Espionage).

“The FBI and Martin Luther King,” The Atlantic Monthly, July/August 2002, pp. 80-88.

“American Communists in the Kremlin’s Pocket,” Newsday, 20 April 1995, p. B8. (Klehr et al., The Secret World of American Communism).

“Malcolm X Under the BOSS’ Prying Eyes,” Newsday, 10 June 1993, pp. 103-104.

“The Freedom of Information Act in Action,” Government Information Quarterly 9 (1992): 230-41. (With Sheryl Walter, et al.).

“What Hoover Knew,” Newsday, 8 September 1991, pp. 41-42. (Curt Gentry,  J. Edgar Hoover, & Athan Theoharis, From the Secret Files of J. Edgar Hoover).

“Who Are the Childs Brothers?,” American Heritage 41 (December 1990): 56-57.

“Testimony on FBI Compliance with the Freedom of Information Act,” in U.S. Congress, House of Representatives, Committee on the Judiciary, FBI Oversight and Authorization Request for Fiscal Year 1991Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Civil and Constitutional Rights, 101st Cong., 2nd sess. (1 March 1990), pp. 39-55, 192-95.

David Bennett, The Party of Fear, Athan Theoharis & John Cox, The Boss, and other FBI books, in Constitutional Commentary 6 (Winter 1989): 115-122.

“FBI Political Harassment and FBI Historiography: Analyzing Informants and Measuring The Effects,” The Public Historian 10 (Fall 1988): 5-18.

“American Authors in the FBI’s Library,” Boston Globe, 3 April 1988, pp. A16-18. (Herbert Mitgang, Dangerous Dossiers).

Phillip Knightly, The Second Oldest Profession, in the Journal of American History 74 (December 1987): 1076.

“Hoover’s FBI,” Dissent 34 (Summer 1987): 395-397. (Richard Powers, Secrecy and Power: The Life of J. Edgar Hoover).

“William Weiner,” in Bernard K. Johnpoll & Harvey Klehr, eds., Biographical Dictionary of the American Left (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press,1986), pp. 409-10.

“Morris Childs,” in Bernard K. Johnpoll & Harvey Klehr, eds., Biographical Dictionary of the American Left (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press,1986), pp. 68-69.

John M. Oseth, Regulating U.S. Intelligence Operations, in Perspective 15 (January-February 1986): 9.

Nicole Ball & Milton Leitenberg, eds., The Structure of the Defense Industry, in Perspective 13 (March 1984): 41.

“Hoover’s Revenge?,” North Carolina Independent, 16-29 September 1983, p. 22.