Golitsyn Vindicated?

Golitsyn Vindicated? : A Second Look at Splits in the Communist World During the Cold War

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Former KGB Major Anatoli Golitsyn was the subject of extensive controversy within the CIA during the 1960s and early 1970s. CIA officers surrounding former Counter-Intelligence Chief James J. Angleton were convinced that Golitsyn was correct in respect to false "splits" within the communist bloc. Other forces within the political and intelligence establishment lambasted Golitsyn and Angleton. Sadly, they were consigned to the realm of mental illness and paranoia and pushed out of the CIA. However, the historical evidence presented by Nevin clearly vindicates Golitsyn and Angleton. As the alliance develops between Red China and Russia, perhaps the Sino-Soviet "split" was vastly exaggerated by internationalist politicians, the practitioners of Realpolitik, and profit-hungry big businesses. This book provides a posthumous vindication for Major Golitsyn and James J. Angleton.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 90 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 5.33mm | 290.3g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514238977
  • 9781514238974
  • 855,814

About Nevin Gussack

Nevin Gussack is a professional librarian, political commentator, and writer. His works appeared on the webpages of the Center for Intelligence Studies, Accuracy in Media, Economy in Crisis, and JRNyquist.com. He also appeared on America's Survival Roku television program, WEI's Make the Call radio program, and the veteran broadcaster Chuck Harder's radio program For the People. Nevin received a double major from the State University of New York at Albany in History and Political Science. Since that time, he also received two Master's Degrees in Social Studies Education from Florida Atlantic University and Library and Information Science from the University of South Florida. A native of New York, Nevin lives with his wife, daughter, and eight cheerful, chirping birds in Florida.show more