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From the Publisher"Haynes and Klehr offer valuable insights into how these public trials revealed the difficulties American authorities had in prosecuting spies within the legal limitations imposed by a democratic system based on the rule of law and the protection of civil liberties. How these Soviet spies were, for the most part, caught and convicted through our judicial processes is an enthralling story."
-Library Journal (starred review)
"This is another must-read from Haynes and Klehr...Early Cold War Spies pours a sound foundation and builds relentlessly through the Amerasia and Gouzenko cases right on through the list: the testimony of Elizabeth Bentley; the trials of Alger Hiss, Klaus Fuchs, Theodore Hall, the Rosenbergs, Rudolf Abel, Morris Cohen and Morten Sobel; and the investigations of Robert Oppenheimer and Borris Morros."
"...a succinct, analytical volume with a point of view... Highly recommended."