Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014

Bookshelf


Books, Articles or Pamphlets About The Rosenberg Case:

Alman, David and Alman, Emily, “Exoneration;” Green Elms Press, Seattle: 2010.
Carmichael, Virginia, “The Rosenberg Story and the Cold War;” University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis: 1993.
Feklisov, Alexsander, “The Man Behind the Rosenbergs;” Enigma, New York: 2001.
Gardner, Virginia, “The Rosenberg Story;” Masses & Mainstream, New York: 1954.
Meeropol, Michael, ed., “The Rosenberg Letters;” Garland Publishers, New York: 1994.
Meeropol, Michael and Meeropol, Robert, “We Are Your Sons;” Houghton Mifflin, Boston: 1975.
Meeropol, Robert, “An Execution in the Family: One Son’s Journey;” St. Martin’s Press, New York: 2003.
Moss, Norman, “Klaus Fuchs: The Man Who Stole the Atom Bomb;” Grafton Books, London: 1987.
Neville, John F., “The Press, the Rosenbergs and the Cold War;” Praeger, Westport: 1995.
Okun, Rob, ed., “The Rosenbergs: Collected Visions of Artists and Writers;” Universe: 1988.
Philipson, Ilene, “Ethel Rosenberg: Beyond the Myths;” Franklin Watts: New York: 1988.
Radosh, Ronald and Milton, Joyce, “The Rosenberg File;” Henry Holt, New York: 1983.
Reuben, William A., “The Atom Spy Hoax;” Action Books, New York: 1955.
Roberts, Sam, “The Brother,” Random House, New York: 2001.
Sharlitt, Joseph H., “Fatal Error;” Charles Scribner’s & Sons, New York: 1989.
Sharp, Malcolm P., “Was Justice Done?” Monthly Review Press, New York: 1956.
“The Rosenberg Case”: Columbia Law Review, Vol. 54, No. 2, February 1954.
Schneir, Miriam and Schneir, Walter, “Invitation to an Inquest;” Penguin Books, Baltimore: 1983.
Schneir, Walter, “Final Verdict: What Really Happened in the Rosenberg Case;” Melville, New York: 2010.
Sobell, Morton, “On Doing Time;” Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York: 1974.
Wexley, John, “The Judgement of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg;” Cameron & Kahn, New York: 1955.
Williams, Robert Chadwell, “Klaus Fuchs, Atom Spy;” Harvard University Press, Cambridge: 1987.
Yalkowsky, Stanley, “The Murder of the Rosenbergs;” self-published: 1990.

Video on the Rosenberg Case:

Goldstein, Alvin H., “The Unquiet Death of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg (DVD);” Lawrence Hill & Co.:1975.
Meeropol, Ivy, “Heir to an Execution;” HBO, 2004.
“The Traitor;” 60 Minutes: 12/05/01.

Books About the Atom Bomb and Atomic Espionage:

Albright, Joseph and Kunstel, Marcia, “Bombshell: The Secret Story of America’s Unknown Atomic Spy Conspiracy;” Times Books, New York: 1997.
Holloway, David, “Stalin & the Bomb;” Yale University Press, New Haven: 1994
“Soviet Atomic Espionage,” Joint Committee on Atomic Espionage, U.S.Govt. Printing Office.

Books About the FBI:

Cook, Fred J., “The FBI Nobody Knows;” Macmillan, New York: 1964.
Demaris, Ovid, “The Director;” Harper’s Magazine Press, New York: 1975.
Gentry, Curt, “J. Edgar Hoover;” Norton, New York: 1991.
Gillers, Stephen, “Investigating the FBI;” Ballantine, New York: 1973.
Lamphere, Robert J. and Tom Schactman, “The FBI-KGB War: A Special Agent’s Story;” Mercer University Press, Macon, 1995.
Lowenthal, Max, “The Federal Bureau of Investigation;” Harvest, New York: 1950.
Overstreet, Harry & Bonaro, “The FBI in Our Open Society;” Norton, New York: 1969.
Searingen, M. Wesley, “FBI Secrets;” South End Press, Boston: 1995.
Summers, Anthony, “Official and Confidential: The Secret Life of J. Edgar Hoover;” Putnam, New York: 1993.
Theoharis, Athan, ed., “From the Secret Files of J. Edgar Hoover;” Ivan R. Dee, Chicago: 1991.
Theoharis, Athan, Chasing Spies: How the FBI Failed In Counterintelligence But Promoted the Politics of mcCarthyism, Ivan R. Dee, Chicago: 2002.
Turner, William V., “Hoover’s FBI;” Dell, New York: 1971.

Books About the Cold War and the McCarthy Era:

Abt, John J., “Advocate and Activist: Memoirs of an American Communist Lawyer;” University of Illinois Press, Urbana and Chicago: 1993.
Archer, Jules, “Treason in America: Disloyalty Versus Dissent”; Hawthorne Books, New York: 1971. 
Aronson, James, “The Press and the Cold War;” Bobbs Merrill, New York: 1970
Belfrage, Cedric, “The American Inquisition;” Bobbs-Merrill, New York: 1973
Belfrage, Sally, “Un-American Activities: A Memoir of the Fifties”; Harper Collins, New York: 1994.  
Bovere, Margaret, “Treason in the Twentieth Century;” G. P. Putnam’s Sons, New York: 1961
Buckley, William F. & Editors of National Review, “The Committee and Its Critics: A Calm Review of the House.”
“Committee on Un-American Activities;” G. P. Putnam’s Sons, New York: 1962. 
Caute, David, “The Great Fear: The Anti-Communist Purge Under Truman and Eisenhower;” Simon and Schuster, New York: 1978.
Compton, James V., “Anti-Communism in American Life Since the Second World War;” Forum Press, St. Charles, MI.: 1973. 
Cook, Fred J., “The Nightmare Decade: The Life and Times of Senator Joe McCarthy;” Random House, New York: 1971.
Coulter, Ann, “Treason: Liberal Treachery From the Cold War to the War on Terrorism;” Crown
Forum, New York: 2003.
Draper, Theodore, “The Roots of American Communism,” Viking Press, New York: 1957.
Fariello, Griffin, “Red Scare: Memories of the American Inquisition;” Norton, New York: 1995.
Goldman, Eric F., “The Crucial Decade: America 1945-1955;” Knopf, New York: 1956.
Goodman, Walter, “The Committee: The Extraordinary Career of the House Committee on Un-American Activities;” Farrar, Straus and Giroux, New York: 1968.
 Goulden, Joseph C., “The Best Years 1945-1950; Atheneum,” New York: 1976. 
Haynes, John Earl and Klehr, Harvey, “Venona: Decoding Soviet Espionage in America;” Yale University Press, New Haven: 2000.
Hellman, Lillian, “Scoundrel Time;” Little, Brown & Co., Boston: 1976.
Hiss, Alger, “Yalta: Modern American Myth;” The Pocket Book Magazine No. 3, September 1955. 
Huss, Pierre J. & Carpozi, George Jr., “Red Spies in the U.N.;” Coward-McCann, Inc., New York: 1965. 
Kennan, George F., “Russia and the West Under Lenin and Stalin;” Mentor Books, New York: 1960. 
Kinoy, Arthur, “Rights on Trial;” Bernel Books, Lexington: 1984.
Klehr, Harvey, Haynes, John Earl and Firsov, Fridrikh Igorevich; “The Secret World of American Communism;” Yale University Press, New Haven: 1995. 
Knight, Amy, “How the Cold War Began;” McClelland & Stewart, Toronto: 2005.
Kovel, Joel, “Red Hunting in the Promised Land;” Basic Books, New York: 1994.
La Feber, Walter, “America, Russia and the Cold War: 1945-1980,” 4th edition; John Weley & Sons, New York: 1967. 
Moskowitz, Miriam, “Phantom Spies, Phantom Justice: How I Survived McCarthyism;” Bunim & Bannigan, New York: 2010.
Moynihan, Daniel Patrick, “Secrecy: The American Experience;” Yale University Press, New Haven: 1998.
Packer, Herbert, “Ex-Communist Witness;” Stanford University Press, Stanford: 1962. 
Shrecker, Ellen, “Many are the Crimes: McCarthyism in America;” Princeton University Press, Princeton: 1998. 
Schultz, Bud and Ruth, “It Did Happen Here: Recollections of Political Repression in America;” University of California Press, 1989. 
Theorharis, Athan, ed. “Beyond the Hiss Case, the FBI, and the Cold War;” Temple University Press, 1982.
Weinstein, Allen and Vassiliev, Alexander, “The Haunted Wood: Soviet Espionage in America-The Stalin Era;” Random House: 1999.
Zion, Sidney, “The Autobiography of Roy Cohn;” Lyle Stuart, Secaucus: 1988.