The FBI was never the same after WWII

In WWII, President Roosevelt allowed wiretapping to spy on foreign governments, which eventually bled into domestic surveillance. Beverly Gage is author of “G-Man: J. Edgar Hoover and the Making of the American Century.” She joins host Krys Boyd to discuss why worries about homegrown conspiracies led to erosions in civil liberties and set up Hoover to gain significant power. Her Smithsonian article is “How World War II Helped Forge the Modern FBI.”