The book is a memoir of youth experiences and acquaintances that made it possible to become a Special Agent of the FBI. The book includes accounts of my training and experiences in the Bureau from 1950-80. Described are significant personages that were fundamental to develop the maturity and philosophy necessary to pursue successfully my career. There is an in depth description of FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover and his Associate Director Clyde Tolson and the FBI they created. The memoir closes with my assessment of the national interests of the USA.A Memoir of What and Who Made It Possible for Me To Be There and Stay for Thirty Years Richard C. Coffman. not garner much enthusiasm ... seemed to go on forever. Reading was OK; we often practiced with a#39;flash cardsa#39; and I liked that, penmanship was not my strong suite but I could make it readable. I did pretty well on the a#39;trianglea#39; in music classes, as that didna#39;t require much musical skill or aptitude.
|Title||:||Eyewitness to J. Edgar Hoover's FBI|
|Author||:||Richard C. Coffman|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2014-06-09|