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Some Notes About Tomorrow

Leonard Peikoff

Presented at: FHF 1992 Some Notes About Tomorrow

Date: Apr 26, 1992

In this lecture, Dr. Peikoff offers his perspective, as a philosopher, on the collapse of the Soviet Union. He discusses why he thinks the standard explanations are insufficient and goes on to explain why he thinks the Russian people are unlikely to embrace capitalism, freedom and other Western values. (Originally titled The Future Implications of Certain Present Trends at Home and Abroad)


Parts: 1

Handout: none

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