Judith Coplon Barnard College Graduate Justice Department Political Analyst Russian Spy?

Judith Coplon is an aberration in the annals of American-Soviet espionage. Convicted twice for spying for the Soviet Union, she nevertheless remained free on bail. Her two convictions, in 1949 and 1950, weren't resolved until 1967. There are numerous questions why the U.S. government failed to pursue Coplon's imprisonment. My e-book looks at the circumstances of her spy convictions and the era. More

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About Robert Grey Reynolds, Jr

I am a soon to be retired Duke Medical Center library researcher, who enjoys writing. I have been writing on Wikipedia for years and have begun to write
ebooks. My pastimes include selling books on EBay, genealogical research, baseball (Pittsburgh Pirates), collecting antique furniture and coins, and spending time with Kingsley, my cocker spaniel.

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