C-SPAN 3 airs new insight into the spy activities of Whittaker Chambers in the early 1930s, before the Hiss Case, taped during panel presentation of the Society for History in the Federal Government (SHFG):
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Filed under: Whittaker Chambers, Whittaker Chambers - Subject
…I would go further. More than muffling Whittaker Chambers’s intellectual thought, Reinsch strangles it. He narrows Chambers’s vistas to his own private passion: conversion passages in Witness (page 83). Fixation aside, nothing is new… Reinsch ditches insight for personal bias.
(Reprint from “Letters: Muffled—or Strangled?,” published in the January 2011 issue of The New Criterion)
Filed under: Whittaker Chambers - Subject, Michael Kimmage, Sam Tanenhaus, William F. Buckley Jr.
Reinsch’s treatment falls short… Where Chambers writes with passion and palpability, Reinsch offers fuzz. His prose muffles the screams…
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Filed under: Whittaker Chambers - Subject, Dostoevsky, Solzhenitsyn, Tolstoy, Whittaker Chambers
This book is merely a reprint…
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Filed under: Whittaker Chambers - Subject, Whittaker Chambers