Vladimir Bukovsky arriving at London airport in 1976
This week on Secure Freedom Radio, Frank Gaffney hosted the extraordinary Vladimir Bukovsky, a man who singlehandedly fought the Communist Party dictatorship known as the U.S.S.R. from the time he was a teenager living in Moscow in the late 1950s until he was expelled from the country in 1976. Before leaving his native land, Bukovsky spent a total of 12 years -- most of his adult life -- inside psychiatric prison-hospitals, labour camps, and prisons, while becoming internationally known as a co-founder of the Soviet dissident movement.
Now 76, Bukovsky will be publishing his book Judgement in Moscow in English for the first time later this year.
Download the whole show here.