Tag Archives: Alexandr Solzhenitsyn

Realpolitik or Rationalizing a Lack of Nerve?

The WSJ’s Mary Anastasia O’Grady highlights the moral cowardice of Latin American leaders. Mexican President Felipe Calderón wore a broad smile as he warmly greeted Cuba’s Raúl Castro at the Rio Group summit on the posh Mexican Riviera last week. … Continue reading

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Yoani Sanchez: Solzhenitsyn-like chronicler of communist abuse

Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez was beaten up by yesterday by thugs from the Cuban government. Hopefully, even bloggers outside of Miami will find reason to call attention to this latest abuse by the Cuban government. Thanks to friend of the … Continue reading

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Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, RIP

A great hero in the struggle against communism, or totalitarianism, has passed. I read Warning to the West, which was based on his speech at Harvard in 1978, and it had a great impact on me. Specifically, it sold me … Continue reading

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