By John Koster
Lately declassified facts and never-before-translated records inform the genuine tale of the day that FDR memorably declared may stay in infamy, exploring how Joseph Stalin and the KGB used an unlimited community of double brokers and communist sympathizers—most significantly Harry Dexter White—to lead Japan into struggle opposed to the U.S., offering Soviet involvement in the back of the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
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They are communists on 33 principle. If you offer them money, they will never trust you again. ”) Chambers decided that communism had begun to corrupt itself from within. His romantic views of the barricades gave way to disgust at the provincialism, moral squalor, and quirks of men like Bykov. “You will lose every one of them,” Chambers predicted. Bykov and Chambers compromised. Chambers agreed to buy some expensive Oriental rugs made by child labor in isolated parts of Soviet Asia and bestow them on top informants.
He could not get past the uniformed guard at the Treasury building without giving his name, and since White knew him only as “Carl,” there was no point in trying. So Chambers called White from a pay telephone in a drug store across the street from the Treasury building. “Mr. White.... This is Carl. ” White bustled in, obviously delighted to see Chambers again. ” White asked. 36 “Let’s go for a walk,” Chambers said. White chattered on about his all-important relationship with Secretary Morgenthau while Chambers braced himself.
S. Treasury by Jacob 30 Viner, an internationally known economist from the University of Chicago who was said to be an even tougher professor than White. ” White wrote some memoranda on the gold standard and international trade that attracted notice in the administration. The New Dealers were struck by the transformation of the United States from a land of self-sufficient farmers and craftsmen into an industrial power with international ties. Many of these men were simply warm-hearted Americans who felt sorry for the poor and the downtrodden.
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