NewsReal: At FrontPage we ran a feature highlighting the release of Left Illusions on Kindle. In the piece I noted seven essays from the book which I felt were particularly important and interesting — not an easy task for Left Illusions. Are there any other pieces from the book which you think new readers should make a point to focus on? Or pieces that you’re especially proud of?
David Horowitz: I would recommend The Road to Nowhere, an essay on why communism failed. I also like the two short pieces, Envoi and Roads Not Taken
If you have a favorite Horowitz quote you want to highlight for others then click here to submit. Please include:
- “Horowitz Quote of the Day” in subject line.
- A link to where the quote is from. (No need to include this if it’s from a book.)
- Any remarks you’d like published explaining what value you take from it.
- Your preferred name and a link to your blog or homepage (if you have one.)