John Earl Haynes : biography
John Earl Haynes is an American historian who is a specialist in 20th-century political history in the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress. He is known for his books on the subject of the American Communist and anti-Communist movements, and on Soviet espionage in America (many written jointly with Harvey Klehr).
John Earl Haynes received his undergraduate degree from Florida State University in 1966, and his master's degree and doctorate from the University of Minnesota in 1968 and 1978 respectively.
During the last years of the 1970s Haynes served as a legislative assistant to Sen. Wendell Anderson, a Democratic Governor of Minnesota named to replace Walter Mondale in the United States Senate when the latter was elected Vice President of the United States.John Haynes, "DFL Policies Offer Cure for Tax Rebellion Fever," New America [New York], vol. 15, no. 9 (October 1978), pg. 7.
Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union during the first years of the 1990s, previously closed sensitive archives in Russia began to tentatively be opened to scholars. In 1993 in his capacity as with the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress, Haynes became the first American scholar to examine the records of the Communist Party USA housed in the former archive of the Communist International in Moscow. IDC Publishers/RGASPI, www.comintern-online.com/ Haynes was later instrumental in helping to forge a December 1998 agreement between the institutional forerunner of today's Russian State Archive of Socio-Political History (RGASPI), keeper of the Comintern documents, and the Library of Congress which led to the microfilming of the CPUSA collection and its sale to academic institutions.
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