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Subversives: The FBI's War on Student Radicals, and Reagan's Rise to Power / Seth Rosenfeld

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Subversives traces the dramatic and disturbing story of FBI surveillance in 1960's USA. Part history, part biography, the book features the three converging narratives of iconic figures all involved at this time; fierce radical Mario Savio, liberal university president Clark Kerr, and a ambitious neophyte politician by the name of Ronald Reagan. 

This gripping account reveals how the FBI covert operations, led by Reagan ally J. Edgar Hoover, helped ignite an era of protest, undermine the democrats, turn Berkeley University into the battleground of politics vs culture, and ultimately work to the benefit of Reagan politically and personally. 

Subversives traces the dramatic and disturbing story of FBI surveillance in 1960's USA. Part history, part biography, the book features the three converging narratives of iconic figures all involved at this time; fierce radical Mario Savio, liberal university president Clark Kerr, and a ambitious neophyte politician by the name of Ronald Reagan. 

This gripping account reveals how the FBI covert operations, led by Reagan ally J. Edgar Hoover, helped ignite an era of protest, undermine the democrats, turn Berkeley University into the battleground of politics vs culture, and ultimately work to the benefit of Reagan politically and personally.