When World War II ended, the Soviet Union was one of the "allies" — but Igor Gouzenko knew better. He defected and exposed the Soviet spies secretly waging war on the West.

John Birch, fortified by Christian virtue, fought and died in an effort to liberate, in body and soul, China’s oppressed masses.

Old-school "liberal" John T. Flynn fought for limited government and noninterventionism against the rising tides of socialism and militarism.

Whatever his faults, Francisco Franco stood bravely against totalitarianism, saving Spain and hastening Axis defeat.

Antonio Gramsci was both a man of action and thought and, whatever the outcome of the events of the next several decades, he will almost certainly be reckoned by future historians to have been a remarkable figure.

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