Thirty years of Soviet espionage in the United States.
The most shameful and sordid period in the relatively short history of our great country is the more than 30 years during which Soviet espionage has been allowed to spread its tentacles over the United States. The Committee on Un-American Activities of the House of Representatives has prepared this report in order that the American public might have a better understanding of the true purpose of the Soviet Government toward this country. In November 1933, out of deference to the Russian people, the Soviet Union was accorded diplomatic recognition by the United States. It is questionable whether the Soviet Union could have survived without this. Surely, it would not have grown into the monstrosity that it is today.