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Anti-Communist Intellectuals

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 …

“J.P. Sartre has condemned the intervention in Hungary, but he continues to see no other road to salvation but that of Socialism: this monster …

June 8th marked the 37th anniversary of one of the most important and controversial commencement addresses ever delivered at Harvard University. Standing in a …

“It was quiet in the cell. Rubashov heard only the creaking of his steps on the tiles. Six and a half steps to the …