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William Ball Sutch (27 June 1907 – 28 September 1975) was a New Zealand economist, historian, writer, public servant, public intellectual. He was suspected of being a Soviet spy and in 1974, he was charged with trying to pass New Zealand Government information to the Soviet Union. He was acquitted, an outcome that was the subject of much debate since then. Although, there were subsequent disclosures from the KGB which indicated that he may have been a spy, no definitive proof that he was has ever been uncovered.

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by Sutch, W. B. (William Ball), 1907-1975
Wellington [N.Z.] : New Zealand Co-operative Publishing Society, [1942]
 
 
by Sutch, W. B. (William Ball), 1907-1975
Palmerston North : Manawatu Branch, New Zealand Geographical Society, c1967
 
 
by Sutch, W. B. (William Ball), 1907-1975
Wellington, N.Z. : New Zealand University Press : Price Milburn, 1973
 
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