By M. Stanton Evans
The first thorough exam of the surprising infiltration of Stalin’s Soviet intelligence networks through individuals of the yank govt in the course of WWII.
Until now, many sinister occasions that transpired within the conflict of the world’s superpowers on the shut of worldwide warfare II and the consequent chilly warfare period were overlooked, distorted, and saved hidden from the general public. via a meticulous exam of basic resources and disclosure of previously mystery documents, this riveting account of the common infiltration of the government by way of Stalin’s “agents of impression” and the wear they inflicted will surprise readers.
Focusing at the wartime meetings of Teheran and Yalta, veteran journalist M. Stanton Evans and intelligence professional Herbert Romerstein, the previous head of the U.S. workplace to Counter Soviet Disinformation, draw upon years of study and a meticulous exam of fundamental assets to track the massive deception that saved Stalin’s henchmen at the federal payroll and sabotaged coverage abroad in want of the Soviet Union. whereas FDR’s healthiness and psychological capacities weakened, aides corresponding to Lauchlin Currie and Harry Hopkins exerted pro-Red impact on U.S. policy—leading to giant breaches of inner safeguard and the betrayal of free-world pursuits. in addition to revealing the level to which the Soviet danger used to be obfuscated or denied, this in-depth research exposes the rigging of not less than grand juries and the next multilayered cover-up to guard those that enable the infiltration take place. numerous officers of the Roosevelt and Truman administrations became a blind eye to the penetration challenge. The files and proof provided during this completely researched exposé indict in ancient retrospect the folks accountable for those corruptions of justice.