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May 25

Conservatives, China and the Legacy of Walter Judd

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This is the first in a series of programs that The Heritage Foundation is organizing around the legacy of conservative figures and their continuing relevance to U.S. China policy. Dr. Walter Judd was a Christian missionary in China, a medical doctor, a Republican Congressman from Minnesota (1943-1963) and a leader in America’s anti-communist movement until he passed away in 1994. Dr. Judd’s cause was American interest in Chinese liberty. It was a common theme throughout his extraordinary career from barnstorming America out of its 1930s isolationism to his founding of The Committee for a Free China to his unstinting support for the Republic of China on Taiwan. Join us as we discuss the continuing relevance of that cause to current events.

More About the Speakers

Lee Edwards, Ph.D.
Distinguished Fellow in Conservative Thought,
The Heritage Foundation,
and Author of Missionary for Freedom: The Life and Times of Walter Judd

Ellen Bork
Democracy and Human Rights,
The Foreign Policy Initiative

David Aikman, Ph.D.
Professor of History and Writer-in-Residence, Patrick Henry College,
and Author of Jesus in Beijing

Gordon G. Chang
Author of The Coming Collapse of China

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Walter Lohman Walter Lohman

Director, Asian Studies Center Read More