John Earl Haynes



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Venona: Decoding Soviet Esp...

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Spies: The Rise and Fall of...

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In Denial: Historians, Comm...

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Red Scare or Red Menace?: A...

3.26 avg rating — 23 ratings — published 1995 — 3 editions
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Early Cold War Spies: The E...

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Dubious Alliance: The Makin...

3.75 avg rating — 4 ratings — published 1984 — 2 editions
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Calvin Coolidge And The Coo...

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The American Communist Move...

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Communism Anti-Communism Us

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“Eric' continues to work willingly with us, but he still balks at even the slightest hint about mater. assistance. We once gave him more than he asked to cover his expenses. He was displeased by this and said that lie suspects we want to give him a certain kind of help. He asked us to give up any such thoughts once and for all. In such circumstances, we fear that any gift from us as a token of appreciation for his work will make a negative impression. `Eric' is completely selfless in his work with us and extremely scrupulous when it conies to anything that could be seen as `payment' for his work.”
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