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Here are the 14 distinguished we asked to pick ten decisions of particular importance in leading America to victory in the Cold War.

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Panel of Judges for the ‘Ten Decisions That Won the Cold War’

Here are the 14 distinguished we asked to pick ten decisions of particular importance in leading America to victory in the Cold War.

Richard V. Allen Former Assistant to President Reagan for National Security Affairs Arnold Beichman Hoover Institution Dr. Brad Birzer Hillsdale College Mark T. Clark The Claremont Institute Angelo Codevilla The Claremont Institute Lee Edwards The Heritage Foundation Thomas Henriksen Hoover Institution Henry Hyde Chairman, House International Relations Committee Ernest W. Lefever Ethics and Public Policy Center John Lehman Secretary of the Navy, 1981-1987 Ed Meese U.S. Attorney General, 1985-1988 Allan Ryskind HUMAN EVENTS Editor-at-Large Phyllis Schlafly President, Eagle Forum John K. Singlaub Major General, U.S. Army (Ret.)

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