September 1989
National Review;9/1/1989, Vol. 41 Issue 16, p10
The article condemns the attitude of the Washington D.C.-based organization Center for Security Policy towards American spy Felix S. Bloch. The organization is making efforts to ensure that Bloch is neither publicly acknowledged as a spy nor is ever put on trial for espionage. However, these efforts are not in the best interest of the people of the U.S. since the American people have a right to know the full extent of whatever damage Bloch might have done. It is also not beneficial in the interest of the country to provide assistance to the Soviet Union, against whom Bloch spied.


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