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What U. S. intelligence agency did Johnson illegally authorized to spy on domestic dissenters

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    The practice dates back to 1956, well before Lyndon Johnson became president. J. Edgar Hoover was the instigator. See
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COINTELPRO

    The agency was the FBI and the program was called COINTELPRO

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