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Attack yourself and you’ll soon have no one to defend yourself

8 June 2024

9:00 AM

8 June 2024

9:00 AM

6 June was the anniversary of both D-Day, and of one of the greatest speeches ever delivered by ‘The Great Communicator’. Forty years after the Normandy landings, Ronald Reagan stood at Pointe du Hoc to speak of what was worth dying for. At that very spot on D-Day, 200 US Army Rangers climbed a thirty-five-metre-tall cliff to take out of action German guns firing on Allied soldiers.

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John Roskam is a Senior Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs and author of the One & Free Substack

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