First released in 1952, Witness is the real tale of Soviet spies in the USA and the trial that captivated a kingdom. half literary attempt, half philosophical treatise, this exciting autobiography recounts the well-known Alger Hiss case and divulges even more. Chambers' worldview and his trust that "man with no mysticism is a monster" went directly to help in making political conservatism a countrywide force.
Regnery History's chilly warfare Classics variation is the main accomplished model of Witness ever released, that includes forewords gathered from all earlier variants, together with discussions from luminaries William F. Buckley Jr., Robert D. Novak, Milton Hindus, and Alfred S. Regnery. Witness will entice motion picture audiences waiting for Steven Spielberg's upcoming blockbuster chilly battle motion picture, Bridge of Spies.