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Why Left Opposes Sessions: He's Right; They're Wrong
« on: January 11, 2017, 08:10:36 AM »

Why Left Opposes Sessions: He's Right; They're Wrong

Richard Allen, President Ronald Reagan's first national security adviser, once wrote an essay for Human Events describing a visit he made to Reagan's California home in 1977.

Allen went there, he wrote, to ask Reagan to support his campaign for governor of New Jersey. He and the future president ended up talking about foreign policy.

"I'd like to tell you of my theory of the Cold War," Reagan told Allen. "Some people think that I am simplistic, but there is a fundamental difference between being simplistic and having simple answers to complex questions."

"So," Reagan said, "my theory of the Cold War is that we win and they lose."

 
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