Spies: The Rise and Fall of the KGB in America

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Price
$54.00
Publisher
Yale University Press
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Pages
704
Dimensions
6.32 X 9.2 X 1.79 inches | 1.67 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780300164381

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About the Author
John Earl Haynes is a modern political historian in the Manuscript Division, the Library of Congress. He lives in Kensington, MD. Harvey Klehr is Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Politics and History, Emory University. He lives in Atlanta, GA. Haynes and Klehr are coauthors of Venona. Alexander Vassiliev, journalist, novelist, and coauthor with Allen Weinstein of The Haunted Wood: Soviet Espionage in America, now lives in the UK.
Reviews
"An original and important book based on scholarship of the highest standards."-Hayden B. Peake, former Army and CIA intelligence officer -- Hayden B. Peake
"This work should serve as the final salvo in the long battle between those who are still in denial regarding KGB espionage in America in the 1930s and 40s and those who assert that this story must be told."-David Murphy, author of What Stalin Knew
"So outstandingly authoritative and convincing is this material that it will take an honored place alongside the basic sources on Soviet espionage in the United States. Here, the heart of the KGB is laid out as never before."?Tennent Bagley, author of Spy Wars -- Tennent Bagley
?This work should serve as the final salvo in the long battle between those who are still in denial regarding KGB espionage in America in the 1930s and 40s and those who assert that this story must be told. David Murphy, author of What Stalin Knew -- David Murphy
?An original and important book based on scholarship of the highest standards. Hayden B. Peake, former Army and CIA intelligence officer -- Hayden B. Peake
"Using now available Soviet sources, this valuable book tells the sobering and frightening story of the extent to which ideology will blind clever people and lead them to betray their country, democracy and freedom."?Paul Johnson, author of A History of the American People -- Paul Johnson