Richard Nixon was made the chair of a subcommittee to determine who was lying in the Hiss case. Chambers publicly called Hiss a communist and a spy. As evidence, he produced the “Pumpkin Papers”. Even today, historians can’t agree on whether or not Hiss was guilty. Then we go back to the Rosenbergs and the USG’s attempt to make them an example by making them suffer the ultimate punishment.

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