Stalin, Putin, and the Challenges of Memory


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The high price of denial.

NewsReal Blog Book Club: David Swindle’s Distractions From Moving


What to do after a long day of moving arrangements and packing?
NRB’s managing editor, David Swindle, described what’s been on his reading agenda the past few weeks:
While flying out to Los Angeles last week to find our apartment I finished Howard Bloom’s first book, The Lucifer Principle. (I’d previously raved about Bloom’s newest book The [...]

The Books that Change Us


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How does a “progressive” college student end up working at the Freedom Center?

From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 12, 2009


After Betty’s murder, I ceased to be politically active. I couldn’t even think about politics apart from these events. In my heart, I knew that it would not be possible for me to work for a cause again until I had resolved the issues of her death. As New Leftists, we felt ourselves immunized from [...]

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