A Memorial like No Other: Remembering Victims of Communism
Gizzi, John, Human Events
As many world leaders gathered in Beijing last week to attend the Olympics, joining millions watching the games on television. President Bush made some notso-subtle criticisms of the appalling human rights policies of his hosts. Although some in this country had hoped the President would skip the quadrennial competition altogether, his remarks nonetheless served as a reminder that communism still presses on and, in fact, rules the world's most populous country.
Indeed, in China, with 1.6 billion people, there are labor camps filled with an estimated four million to six million political prisoners, a secret police that enforces government policy such as one-child-per-family, a …
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Publication information: Article title: A Memorial like No Other: Remembering Victims of Communism. Contributors: Gizzi, John - Author. Magazine title: Human Events. Volume: 64. Issue: 28 Publication date: August 18, 2008. Page number: 3. © Human Events Publishing, Inc. Feb 16, 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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