O. John Rogge
This chapter charts the political trajectory of a leading New York lawyer, O. John Rogge, from defending the Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee and warning of a fascist threat in America in the 1940s to assisting the prosecution of the Rosenbergs and denouncing the Soviet Union in the 1950s. This chapter locates Rogge’s ideological transformation within his involvement with the international peace movement.
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