On Wednesday, March 13, 2013, The Institute of World Politics and the Sophia and William Casey Foundation co-hosted The William J. Casey Centennial in honor of the 100th birthday of the late William J. Casey, former Director of Central Intelligence and father-in-law of IWP board chairman Owen Smith.
John Lenczowski begins speaking around the 33 minute mark, and discusses the Reagan administration’s dealings with the Soviet Union.
William Clark, Freedom Fighter The judge fought alongside Reagan in the long twilight struggle of the Cold War. The Wall Street Journal
August 14, 2013
by John Lenczowski
When William P. Clark died on Saturday at age 81, his family and colleagues mourned his passing—and recognized that the world had lost one of its greatest champions of freedom.
Judge Clark, as he was known to one and all, served as a justice of the California Supreme Court from 1973 until 1981, and later as President Ronald Reagan’s deputy secretary of state, national security adviser and secretary of the interior. In his foreign-policy roles, Judge Clark became one of the figures outside the Soviet empire most responsible for its collapse and for the liberation of millions from the tyranny of communism.