Crime without Punishment

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Crime without Punishment

By Guenther Reinhardt
Hermitage House, 1952
322 pp. $3.50

A controversial report on the activities of Soviet secret agents--especially in planning political murders--by a former F.B.I. counterintelligence investigator.

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