Rouge on a Corpse's Lips

Two ironies attend the life and career of Whittaker Chambers. The first is that the one-time Communist spy, foreign editor of Time, and witness against Soviet espionage became notable during his life and afterwards only because of the Hiss Case, which brought him such notoriety that his career as a professional journalist came to a quick end.

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