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Framing History: The Rosenberg Story and the Cold War (American Culture) epub ebook

by Virginia Carmichael

Framing History: The Rosenberg Story and the Cold War (American Culture) epub ebook

Author: Virginia Carmichael
Category: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Univ Of Minnesota Press; First edition edition (January 7, 1993)
Pages: 328 pages
ISBN: 0816620415
ISBN13: 978-0816620418
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 541
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In this book Virginia Carmichael offers a provocative new interpretation of the Rosenberg story. Ms. Carmichael's book is fairly laughable.

In this book Virginia Carmichael offers a provocative new interpretation of the Rosenberg story. Carmichael argues that this social drama produced many stories serving multiple interests and functions, many of which confront the politics of both writing and reading. She tells us that "of course" the Soviet Union was spying on the . and Britain throughout World War II, both in general and in regard to the A-bomb project. I guess were not supposed to think about the Soviet Union's vociferous denials.

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Reviews (4)
Bulace
Framing History: The Rosenberg Story and the Cold War (American Culture)
As the author of FRAMING HISTORY, which was well-received by historians, I was surprised to see both these reviews attacking the book for inaccurate reasons. It suggests that they did not in fact read the book. Contrary to what these two reviewers say:

1. I had access to the Venona transcripts, which had not become competely available and had not been verified at the time I was writing the book (1991) as they have now become.
2. I did not maintain the innocence of the Rosenbergs but acknowledged freely that the testimony of other people, some of whom have now admitted lying, implicated Julius and Ethel in spying.
3. At the time of the Rosenberg trial, the prosecution did not have a tight case against Julius in terms of admissable evidence and engaged in ex parte agreements with the judge to impose the death sentence in order to make the Rosenbergs talk. That judge before his death admitted his wrongdoing and guilt in connection with the Rosenberg trial.
4. The Justice Department's plan was to execute Ethel before Julius on the theory that that would force Julius to confess. The Department had a list of questions ready to ask Julius had he picked up the telephone to save Ethel. Number 13 on the list of questions was "Was your wife involved in spying in any way?"
5. My book is about the misuse of the Rosenberg trial by the judiciary and executive branches and the media. The analysis was designed to show how this so often happens in history without there necessarily being an overt or conscious conspiracy.

VIRGINIA CARMICHAEL

Fordg
Virginia has done a superb job of exposing the disturbing well orchestrated attack as part of an anti-communist plot that very likely did not exist and only played on stirring up hysteria. Polititions could take a lesson from reading the history. If their goal is to provide integrity, then this will be a lesson of what can happen. Unfortunately, most politicians have no such goal but rather are in the game for themselves, which is a horrible shame.
Virginia clearly depicts what can happen when politicians engage in a program to stir up hostility using a post of responsibility to benefit themselves.

Blackworm
The author had the subject for a very good book here. How was the Rosenberg case presented, by whom, for what purposes? But she couldn't bring herself to write that book. She'd have had to write about the use of the Rosenberg Case to justify Stalinism.
Instead, she wrote a book about how evil the U.S. was, to resist Stalin, and how, as a part of that evil effort, two innocent leftists named Rosenberg were framed for espionage and executed. Not that she actually believes that. It's just that the truth (they were guilty) is too painful.
Ms. Carmichael's book is fairly laughable. She tells us that "of course" the Soviet Union was spying on the U.S and Britain throughout World War II, both in general and in regard to the A-bomb project. I guess were not supposed to think about the Soviet Union's vociferous denials. Then she refers you, for further information, to a volume(THE ATOM SPY HOAX)that explicitly denies any such espionage ever occured -- a book she terms "well researched." Then she'll remind us that in matters of espionage, you can never come to any firm conclusions, just before tossing off yet another firm conclusion of her own.
If you know enough about the Rosenberg case to tell when she's wrong, or making things up, you don't need this book. If you don't know enough, you especially don't need this book.
Students of the case should go read THE FBI-KGB WAR or THE ROSENBERG FILE if they're interested in what really happened. And a serious author should write about the way the Rosenberg case was used, and by whom, and for what purposes ... but to do that, he or she will have to start by pointing out that the Rosenbergs were guilty, and that there was never a reasonable doubt about it.
Stephen M. St. Onge

huckman
I read this book seeking more insight on this most famous of espionage cases. What I obtained, instead, was the most deceitful pack of dishonest manure that I have ever read. And the lies were not even creative ones. Moscow doesn't even pretend that they were not guilty!!! How this book could have been written after the opening of the sealed FBI records, the release of the Venona transcripts, and their subsequent corroboration by the Soviet archives (which unanimously refute every one of Charmichael's inane points) is beyond comprehension. Or maybe the latest leftist strategy is designed to convince us that Stalin really was successful in purging anyone with a semblance of intelligence.

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