By J Edgar Hoover, the man who was director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation from the time of its creation in 1935 until his death in 1972. In this short work, completed in 1946, Director Hoover shares his insights into juvenile delinqency, the importance of involvement in the community and the crucial role played by family and faith a child's developmental years. With case studies and the perspective that only he has, J Edgar Hoover provides a blue print for the future of America's youth. An insightful afterward by critical commentator Michael Scott puts the Director's work into historical context and gives the reader substantial food for thought.
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J. Edgar Hoover, was director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation from its inception in 1935 until his death in 1972.