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Anti-Communist Intellectuals

Arthur Koestler’s Darkness at Noon is well-known today as a classic of political and psychological fiction that did much to form the image of …

In the 1838 play The Conspiracy, Edward Bulwer-Lytton’s character Cardinal Richelieu first coined the famous line, “the pen is mightier than the sword.” The …

Vladimir Nabokov had the extreme misfortune of having to flee from totalitarian states twice. In 1919 he left Russia “under wild machine-gun fire from …

It is with deep sorrow that the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation marks the passing of Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski, a renowned academic, an implacable foe of tyranny, …

“Every morning, with six-wheeled precision, at the same hour, at the same minute, we wake up, millions of us at once. At the very …

The following remarks were delivered at the Triumph of Liberty Reception & Dinner on June 9, 2016 in Washington, DC. A quarter of a …

Earlier today, the White House announced that President Obama will travel to Cuba, becoming the first sitting president to visit the communist island in 88 …

According to political philosopher Hannah Arendt, the Hungarian uprising of 1956 was an authentic revolution: it was popular, spontaneous, and unexpected. It took everyone …

“Stalin trusted only one man and that was Hitler.” This axiom exemplifies Hannah Arendt’s conception of Soviet domination. The USSR was equivalent to the …

Some of the most famous intellectuals of the West, including the French writer and Nobel Laureate Andre Gide and American conservatism’s Whittaker Chambers, turned …