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June 1982
National Review;6/25/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p739
The article focuses on the speech of U.S. President Ronald Reagan in Westminster addressing the two Houses of Parliament urging the need for global crusade for democracy. President Reagan criticized the regimes planted by totalitarianism. He referred to the revolutionary crisis faced by the Soviet Union. According to him, the Soviet Union is facing a situation in which the demands of the economic order are colliding directly with those of the political order. He stated that the totalitarianism rule of the Soviet Union over the years have been denying freedom and human dignity to its citizens.


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