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Christopher Felix (–2007)

Author of A Short Course in the Secret War

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James McCargar (Christopher Felix's real name) worked as a reporter in 1941, after graduation that year from Stanford. In 1942 he joined the US Department of State, developed skills in the Russian language, and served as vice consul in Vladivostok and Moscow.

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James McCargar (Christopher Felix's real name) worked as a reporter in 1941, after graduation that year from Stanford. In 1942 he joined the US Department of State, developed skills in the Russian language, and served as vice consul in Vladivostok and Moscow.
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James McCargar (Christopher Felix's real name) worked as a reporter in 1941, after graduation that year from Stanford. In 1942 he joined the US Department of State, developed skills in the Russian language, and served as vice consul in Vladivostok and Moscow.

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