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Go to: "Reflection on Ellen Schrecker and Maurice Isserman's essay, 'The Right's Cold War Revision'"
Go to: "Exchange with Arthur Herman and Venona Book Talk"
Go to: "An Essay on Historical Writing on Domestic Communism and Anticommunism"
Go to: “Cover Name, Cryptonym, Pseudonym, and Real Name Index: A Research Historian’s Working Reference”
Go to: "Response to Schrecker's Commentary on H-Diplo”
Go to: Alexander Vassiliev's Notebooks: Provenance and Documentation of Soviet Intelligence Activities in the United States (Haynes & Klehr)
Go to: “Russian Archival Identification of Real Names Behind Cover Names in VENONA,”
Center for Cryptologic History Symposium, 27 October 2005
Go to: Harvey Klehr’s “ Venona and Cold War Historiography in the Academic World,” Center for Cryptologic History Symposium, 27 October 2005.
Go to: The Russian text of Venona 1822, Washington KGB to Moscow, 30 March 1945 and John R. Schindler’s “Hiss in Venona, the Continuing Controversy,” Center for Cryptologic History Symposium, 27 October 2005.
Go to: Senator Joseph McCarthy’s Lists and Venona
Go to: Adolf Berle’s Notes on his Meeting with Whittaker Chambers with Annotation
Go to: The Historiography of Soviet Espionage and American Communism: from Separate to Converging Paths (Haynes & Klehr)
Go to: The “Mental Comintern” and the Self-Destructive Tactics of CPUSA, 1945-1958
Go to: “Ales” is Still Hiss: the Wilder Foote Red Herring (Haynes & Klehr)
Go to: Comment on Amy Knight’s review of Spies in the Times Literary Supplement
Go to: Venona and Alexander Vassiliev’s Notebooks: Confirming and Correcting Identified Venona Cover Names and Revealing the Unidentified