Tinker, tailor, soldier, critic

Luscombe, Belinda
December 1995
Time;12/11/1995, Vol. 146 Issue 24, p95
Remarks upon Aldrich Ames' unfavorable review of a novel about him by William Safire entitled `Sleeper Spy.' A congressional weekly, `The Hill,' offering to publish Ames' review for no fee.


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