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  • VIDEO: Reagan's Legacy in Europe: Captive Nations No More

    Even 100 years after his birth, the world continues to remember President Ronald Reagan. In one week alone, he was honored with a mass led by the archbishop of Krakow, a special session of the Hungarian parliament, a street named after him in Prague, and statues in Budapest and London.

    In the former captive nations of Europe, Reagan’s bold stand for liberty and against communism is recognized and appreciated. Two of Reagan’s advisers recently sat down to discuss his legacy of freedom for Americans and Europeans alike. Watch the conversation between Attorney General Ed Meese and special assistant Peggy Noonan above.

    Posted in Ongoing Priorities [slideshow_deploy]

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