Solomon AdlerSolomon Adler (August 6, 1909 – August 4, 1994) worked as U.S. Treasury representative in China during World War II.
He was identified by Whittaker Chambers and Elizabeth Bentley as a Soviet spy and resigned from the Treasury Department in 1950. After several years teaching at Cambridge University in England, he returned to China, where he resided from the 1960s to his death, working as a translator and economic advisor.
From the early 1960s, Adler was also affiliated with the International Liaison Department, an important organ of the Chinese Communist Party organ whose functions include foreign intelligence. Provided by Wikipedia
Lesson plans for the infant and toddler : a sequential oral communications program for clinicians and teachers / by Sol Adler ... [et al.].
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