20 Key quotes from Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s Harvard address

Forty years ago today, Alexander Solzhenitsyn delivered a shocking commencement address at Harvard University. The Nobel-prize winning Russian novelist’s criticism of the West was a stinging rebuke at the end of the “Me Decade.”
Although largely forgotten, the speech remains an important, and prophetic, reminder of the sickness that plagues Western culture. Continue Reading…
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