"I Was a Communist for the FBI": The Unhappy Life and Times of Matt Cvetic

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Who is Matt Cvetic? Hero? Scoundrel? Mole? The man who loosely provided the inspiration for the B-Grade cult movie I Was a Communist for the FBI had a life that was marred by alcoholism, damaged expectations, and greed. Cvetic, at the request of the FBI, joined a Pittsburgh branch of the CPUSA in 1943. He became one of many plants in the Party during that decade and gained the nickname "Pennsylvania's most significant mole." However, because of his erratic behavior, the FBI fired him in 1950, at which time he surfaced ...

"I Was a Communist for the FBI": The Unhappy Life and Times of Matt Cvetic 2008, Penn State University Press, University Park, PA

ISBN-13: 9780271028125

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"I Was a Communist for the FBI": The Unhappy Life and Times of Matt Cvetic 2000, Penn State University Press, University Park, PA

ISBN-13: 9780271020532

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