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Author Lauren Kessler writes about the life and controversial legacy of Elizabeth Bentley, an upper class American who directed operations of the two largest Soviet spy rings in the U.S., then in 1945 became the FBI’s top informant and the government’s star witness during the McCarthy era.
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