9780198749660

We Know All About You The Story of Surveillance in Britain and America

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    9780198749660

  • ISBN10:

    019874966X

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2017-06-01
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Author Biography


Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones is Emeritus Professor of American History at the University of Edinburgh and has held postdoctoral fellowships at Harvard, the Free University of Berlin, and Toronto. The founder of the Scottish Association for the Study of America, of which is he the current honorary president, he has also published widely on intelligence history, including The CIA and American Democracy (1989), The FBI: A History (2007), and In Spies We Trust: The Story of Western Intelligence , the last of these also published by Oxford University Press (2013). He was the winner of the 2014 Neustadt Prize for the best UK book on American politics with The American Left: Its Impact on Politics and Society (2013).

Table of Contents


Introduction
Chapter 1 A Survey of Surveillance
Chapter 2 The Private Eye Invades Our Privacy
Chapter 3 The Blacklist
Chapter 4 Franklin D. Roosevelt's Incipient Surveillance State
Chapter 5 McCarthyism in America
Chapter 6 McCarthyism in Britain
Chapter 7 COINTELPRO and 1960s Surveillance
Chapter 8 An Age of Transparency
Chapter 9 The Intensification of Surveillance Post-9/11
Chapter 10 Private-Sector Surveillance in the Twenty-First Century
Chapter 11 Snowden
Chapter 12 Policy and Reform in the Obama-Cameron Era
Conclusion
Introduction
1. A Survey of Surveillance
2. The Private Eye Invades our Privacy
3. The Blacklist
4. Franklin D. Roosevelt's Incipient Surveillance State
5. McCarthyism in America
6. McCarthyism in Britain
7. COINTELPRO and 1960s surveillance
8. An Age of Transparency
9. The Intensification of Surveillance Post-9/11
10. Private-Sector Surveillance in the Twenty-First Century
11. Snowden
12. Policy and Reform in the Obama-Cameron Era
Conclusion
Appendix
Bibliography

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