"Passage" is an incredible true story of Grace Balogh and her courage during a turbulent time in American history.
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Through her journals, "Passage" recounts the struggles of the Great Depression; America fighting two wars: one with unconditional public support and the other with public indifference; the letters from servicemen that are poignant and timeless; and the emergence of a Cold War that pits two ideologies against each other.
Threats to the American way of life prompt the FBI to recruit Grace Balogh as an undercover agent whose job is to infiltrate a cell planning violent overthrow of the United States government. Grace leads this secret life largely unknown to her family and friends.
"Passage" takes the reader on a journey into events of the 1930's, 1940's, and 1950's that read like the headlines of today.