Jerrold Schecter: Time Magazine Correspondent and Author

From a Washington Post obit by Emily Langer headlined “Jerrold Schecter, Time magazine correspondent and author, dies at 90”:

Jerrold L. Schecter, a journalist and author who as Time magazine’s Moscow bureau chief helped spirit the memoirs of former Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev into publication in the West, and who later co-wrote a book with a Soviet spymaster who alleged — without evidence, according to the FBI — that architects of the American atomic program had spied for Moscow, died in Washington.