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March to Moscow: The Role of the Reverend Sun Myung Moon in the Collapse of Communism

March to Moscow: The Role of the Reverend Sun Myung Moon in the Collapse of Communism
ISBN
1885118163
Weight
1.00 lbs
Cover
Paper

Pages
208

Size
6x9

Date Available
2003/02/17


Index , Bibliography , Photos
Price:
$14.95 (11.21)
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"I am not alone in sharing the view that Rev. Moon's efforts in Latin America made a difference in the Cold War. His initiatives accomplished what was needed, that is, they appealed to the human conscience, provided a vision and challenged a critical mass of people to 'make a difference.'
Thomas Ward's March to Moscow invites us to explore the extent to which one person's life and effort can effect change. Is it, in fact, the case that Rev. Moon's work affected ideologies, geography and, ultimately, the lives of millions of people? Do the lessons of Rev. Moon's experience of perseverance and triumph, described here have implications beyond the problem of communism? March to Moscow provides documented insight into such questions."
—Hon. Phillip V. Sanchez
Former U.S. Ambassador to Colombia and Honduras

“I am convinced that Rev. Moon and his movement offer genuine hope to the people of Central America. Surrounded by underdevelopment, filled with corruption, destroyed by violence and attacked by Soviet totalitarianism, our countries urgently need a worldview capable of mobilizing their moral resources to support liberty, justice and peace. The vision of CAUSA offers such a worldview.”
—Ambassador Amilcar Santamaria, Minister of International Information Republic of Honduras

“The work of Rev. Moon is significant for all of the Americas. As a Korean, Rev. Moon has endured the suffering of a divided nation. Yet he has reached out beyond Korea, so that we of the Americas might know how to avoid similar suffering. For this I am deeply grateful.”
—Mario Echandi, Former President of the Republic of Costa Rica