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Michael Whitney Straight (September 1, 1916 – January 4, 2004) was an American magazine publisher, novelist, patron of the arts, a member of the prominent Whitney family, and a confessed spy for the KGB.
Michael Whitney Straight (September 1, 1916 – January 4, 2004) was an American magazine publisher, novelist, patron of the arts, a member of the prominent Whitney family, and a confessed spy for the KGB. Straight was born in New York City, the son of Willard Dickerman Straight (1880–1918), an investment banker who died in Michael's infancy, and Dorothy Payne Whitney (1887–1968), a philanthropist.
After Long Silence Hardcover – January 1, 1983. by Michael Straight (Author). He became part of the student communist group at Cambridge, UK, but became disillusioned with the Party and returned to the US in 1938
After Long Silence Hardcover – January 1, 1983. He became part of the student communist group at Cambridge, UK, but became disillusioned with the Party and returned to the US in 1938. After being a speechwriter for FDR, he wrote for the magazine New Republic. This book helps one understand why so many well-educated young people became involved with communism.
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After Long Silence Paperback – August 1, 1984. The author has taken us with her on the journey and we come to the end knowing that real life doesn't give us all the answers or the ' and they lived happily ever after' that fiction and our own minds want to find. I so wanted to 'figure it out' but ended up being relieved that even with the missing pieces the author has a truer understanding not only of her family history but of how it shaped the mysteries of her own memories.
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Michael Whitney Straight, the youngest child of Willard Straight, an. .Straight now concentrated on a literary career.
Michael Whitney Straight, the youngest child of Willard Straight, an investment banker, and Dorothy Payne Whitney Straight, an heiress, was born in New York City on 1st September, 1916. His father died of septic pneumonia in 1919. Straight joined the British Communist Party after the death of Cornford in the Spanish Civil War. Theodore Maly became a NKVD officer and joined other "illegals" such as Richard Sorge, Walter Krivitsky, Leopard Trepper and Arnold Deutsch working in Europe.
Historical records matching Michael Whitney Straight (KGB spy). In 1983, Straight detailed his communist activities in a memoir entitled After Long Silence. Michael Whitney Straight in MyHeritage family trees (Bolton Web Site). Michael Whitney Straight. Collection: MyHeritage Family Trees. His second memoir On Green Spring Farm: The Life and Times of One Family in Fairfax County, V. 1942 to 1966 was published posthumously by Devon Press.