她1948年的著作Last Chance in China可在網路上閱讀：
In 1945 Reader's Digest sent Freda Utley to China as a correspondent. The trip resulted in Last Chance in China which held that Western policies, especially cutting off armaments to the Chinese Nationalists, favored the Chinese Communist Party victory. She began a crusade to name those who "lost China," one joined by other anti-communist critics of American state department and military China Hands.
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Winifred Utley (London, England, January 23, 1898 – Washington, D.C., United States, January 21, 1978), commonly known as Freda Utley, was an English scholar, political activist and best-selling author. After visiting the Soviet Union in 1927 as a trade union activist, she joined theCommunist Party of Great Britain in 1928. Later, married and living in Moscow, she quickly became disillusioned with communism. When her Russian husband, Arcadi Berdichevsky, was arrested in 1936, she escaped to England with her young son. In 1939 they moved to the United States where she became a leading anti-Communist author and activist.
- Lancashire and the Far East Allen & Unwin (1931)
- Published under the pseudonym Y.Z. From Moscow To Samarkand Hogarth Press (1934)
- Japan's Feet of Clay Faber & Faber, London (1937)
- Japan's Gamble in China Faber & Faber, London (1938)
- China at War John Day Company, New York (1938)
- The Dream We Lost: The Soviet Union Then and Now John Day Company, New York (1940)
- The High Cost of Vengeance, Henry Regnery Company, Chicago, (1948) (translated to German as Kostspielige Rache)
- Last Chance in China Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, (1948)
- Lost Illusion (revision of The Dream We Lost), George Allen & Unwin Ltd, (1948)
- The China Story Henry Regnery Company, Chicago, (1951)
- Will the Middle East Go West? Henry Regnery Company, Chicago, (1956)
- Odyssey of a Liberal: Memoirs Washington National Press, Inc., (1970)