TITLE

The Rosenberg Letters

AUTHOR(S)
Kaitz, Aaron; Chon, Roy M.; Schneir, Miriam; Schneir, Walter; Brower, Bonnie; Scales, Junius; Foner, Eric; Meyers, Aaron L.; Stern, Sol; Radosh, Ronald
PUB. DATE
August 1979
SOURCE
New Republic;8/4/79-8/11/79, Vol. 181 Issue 5/6, p24
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Letter
ABSTRACT
Presents letters about the article "The Hidden Rosenberg Case," by Sol Stern and Ronald Radosh and the accompanying editorial in "The New Republic" on July 23, 1979. Controversy about the execution of couple Julius and Ethel Rosenberg for conspiracy to committee espionage during wartime; Article's conclusion that the Rosenbergs were wrongfully executed; Call for the opening of the files and the reopening of the Rosenberg case; Allegation that "The New Republic" has omitted some facts regarding the Rosenberg case.
ACCESSION #
11257352

 

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