In Response to: The P Source

“The P Source” is a very interesting article but a bit too U.S.-centric. The British intelligence system depended greatly on graduates, students, or faculty of Oxbridge, the UK’s closest counterpart of the Ivy League. We are fortunate that our own scholar-intelligence agents seem to have included no counterparts of the notorious Cambridge Five, all of whom were recruited to pass secret information to the Soviet Union and did so during World War II until their activities were discovered during the early years of the Cold War.

Peter Suedfeld *63
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada