“‘You Americans!‘ he would say. ‘You need an immigrant from communist tyranny and the student of an immigrant from Nazi tyranny to teach you about freedom?’”


This story is the sixth in a series of seven about an immigrant boy who became my good friend and holds a special place in the history of the Claremont Institute. They learned from this Hungarian immigrant that they are the fortunate of the earth and that their great good fortune lies in the country into which they were born