At age thirteen, a young girl learns that her parents had been Communists during the 1930s and '40s while working for the U.S. Government. Her father is called before the House Committee on Un-American Activities and must decide how he will testify. His decision breaks his spirit and changes his family's life forever.

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"Until reading Margaret Singer's, Legacy of a False Promise, I'd never imagined that children of those who cooperated with the House Un-American Activities Committee and 'named names' also suffered.

...This groundbreaking book is must reading for anyone interested in this subject matter."

Robert Meeropol

Executive Director,

Rosenberg Fund for Children