Friday, June 06, 2003

A marvelous appreciation of the speech at National Review, asserting its contemporary relevancy. If anything, its more relevant today then in the late '70s. At least then we had the inkling that communism was dying, today we face an enemy in the full bloom of his youth and his intellectual allies in the West (are you listening Harvard?) have by no means done their worst.

By the way, the passage about the Cuban dissident at Harvard is fascinating, chalk up another one to the list of Harvard's many disgraces to the cause of humanity.


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