THE FBI IS A TOUGH OUTFIT TO RUN Should the biggest push be against drug lords or white-collar criminals? Or glasnost-era spies? With a rising caseload, director William Sessions faces difficult choices

Smith, Lee; Reese, Jennifer
October 1989
Fortune;10/9/1989, Vol. 120 Issue 8, p133
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