Tim Weiner “Enemies: A History of the FBI”
At Age 31 reporter and author Tim Weiner won the 1988 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting as an investigative reporter at the Philadelphia Inquirer, for his articles on the black budget spending at the Pentagon and the CIA. His first book Blank Check: The Pentagon’s Black Budget is based on that newspaper series. Then Tim returned with with a National Book Award winning Nonfiction book in 2007 called Legacy of Ashes: The History of the CIA. Click here for the Charlie Rose interview. In 2012 Tim finishes his latest historical narrative called: “Enemies: A History of the FBI”. Watch the Q&A at CSPAN here and Charlie Rose interview here. The book details the FBI’s 100 year hidden history of war against terrorists, spies, and ultimately any person or group deemed subversive. Weiner reveals details of secretly taped conversations FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover had with Presidents Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon. Also Watch the Exclusive Extended Part 1 and Part 2 Tim Weiner-John Stewart Interview from April 9th. More-to-Read!!