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Firing Line Special Resolved Cold War Is Not Ending Debate DVD MP4 USB

Firing Line Special Resolved Cold War Is Not Ending Debate DVD MP4 USB
Firing Line Special Resolved Cold War Is Not Ending Debate DVD MP4 USB
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Recorded Live From Northwestern University Law School In Chicago One Month Before The June Dawn Of The Revolutions Of 1989 Known As The Fall Of Nations And The Autumn Of Nations: "A Firing Line Special Debate: Resolved: The Cold War Is Not Coming To An End", A Historic Special Edition Of The "Firing Line" Public Affairs TV Series, Featuring An All-Star Debate On The Subject Of The Cold War -- For The Resolution: William F. Buckley Jr., Alexander Haig, Richard Perle And Newt Gingrich -- Against The Resolution: George McGovern, Gary Hart, Stephen Solarz And Pat Schroeder -- With Michael Kinsley As Moderator. Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! #ColdWar #FiringLine #Debates #WilliamFBuckley #FiringLine #AlexanderHaig #RichardPerle #NewtGingrich #AgainstTheResolution: #GeorgeMcGovern #GaryHart #StephenSolarz #PatSchroeder #NorthwesternU #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive

To Kinsley's mind at the time, the debate showed that each side agreed on two things and disagreed on two things: agreed that remarkable change was occurring behind the Iron Curtain, and agreed that those changes would not transform the USSR into a democracy like the US, disagreed how far those changes would go and whether they were reversible, and disagreed on where the line between cold war and peace should be drawn. For today's viewer, however, there are two things clear to us that were not clear to them: that communications technology was not immutably able to bring about informational and political freedom, and that which we once defined as a cold war between east and west, as well as its thaw, was in fact part of a longer cycle of Russian history (Color, 1989, 1 Hour 58 Minutes).