Reagan, In His Own Hand: The Writings of Ronald Reagan That Reveal His Revolutionary Vision for America   by Ronald Reagan

About Freda Utley

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“I was reminded of all this not long ago when a very remarkable woman in Washington, D.C. died just a few days short of her 80th birthday.  It would be impossible to count the lives she touched inEngland where she was born, in China, Japan, the Soviet Union and here in her adopted home, the U.S.

“She once described herself as a “premature anti-communist.  I told the truth about communism long before the world was prepared to hear it.”  And Freda Utley knew the truth about communism because as an idealistic young woman in the 1920’s she accepted communism.  In fact she married a Russian and went to live in Moscow.  After he was taken away by Stalin’s secret police she came out of Russia and wrote a book “THE DREAM WE LOST,” in which she said: The just and the unjust enter through the same revolving door and the stream pressing in with great expectations is matched or exceeded by the crowd of the disillusioned getting out.”……..

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“But many of the intellectuals didn’t want to hear what she had to say.  She had impressive academic credentials when she came to the U.S. but publishers and the academy closed doors against her.  She understood all too well.  She had tried communism and learned its falseness.  She said only those “who have never fully committed themselves to the communist cause” can continue to believe in it.  Her book “THE CHINA STORY” which told of how the Reds were taking over became a bestseller—after China was lost.

“It is a bone chilling now to read that Soviet defector Oleg Glagolev, former consultant to the Kremlin on strategic arms is telling our govt. Russia has the cruise missiles already deployed in submarines off our coasts.  Is anyone REALLY list