Talk:Anna Louise Strong

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In the "Venona files", as published by Harvey Klehr and John Earl Haynes, Strong may appear under the Soviet codename "Lira." The status of these designations is problematic (see main article and the article by Victor Navasky in The Nation, June 27, 2006). While it is quite probable that Strong would speak to Soviets about what she had seen in the USA, neither her papers, nor indeed the FBI files on her, give any indication that she was an "agent" in the manner of, for instance, Kim Philby. Her arrest in the USSR in 1949 under charges of being an American spy further undercuts the "agent" interpretation.[1] Rob Smith 21:01, 27 February 2010 (EST)