Podcast: Classic Format Edition on Victims of Communism Memorial Day

Prof. Elizabeth Spalding

Today is May Day, but also the Victims of Communism Memorial Day, and as such today is the prefect day for this classic-hybrid format edition, featuring me in conversation with Elizabeth Spalding, chair of the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation. (Elizabeth is also Senior Fellow at the Pepperdine University School of Public Policy and Visiting Fellow at the Van Andel Graduate School of Government at Hillsdale College.)

The Foundation has opened the Victims of Communism Museum in downtown Washington DC, and you should put it on your itinerary for your next visit to the nation’s capital.

I call this a “hybrid” format because it comes in two parts. Following the conversation with Elizabeth, this episode offers my recent speech at the Victims of Communism Museum about Reagan and Churchill on the Cold War, a major part of my book about the two great statesmen.

As usual, listen here, or from our hosts at Ricochet when it goes live, or from wherever you source your favorite podcasts.

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