Out of Bondage: The Story of Elizabeth Bentley
The author's account of the Communist underground in the United States. "She reveals the organization, the tactics, and strategies of the party, and names her espionage contacts: an assistant secretary of the Treasury, the President's executive assistant, Julius Rosenberg, high officers in military intlligence, and Communist spies in the media" (from Amazon).
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