“I didn’t have a writing career and didn’t think in those terms. I still don’t. I’ve never really wanted a career in anything. Life’s too short and sweet for that grim, mortgage-in-the suburbs approach”, says John Fullerton, the former spy and journalist who lived and worked in 40 countries and covered a dozen wars.
Soviet agents were able to move freely around the USA during the mid-to-later 1930s, a historian claims. From the Great Depression through World War II, the American Communist Party tried to take control of the motion picture industry.