Along with the history of our cause, is the theme of our program today, which features an old friend of mine, Richard Berkeley Cotten, who is no longer with us, a pioneer of patriotic radio broadcasting who I first heard over station WFAX in Falls Church, Virginia when I was about twelve years old, around 1968. It’s probably fair to say that if Richard Cotten had never been born, there wouldn’t be any American Dissident Voices today. And anyone who has listened to this program for more than a few months has surely heard me use Mr. Cotten’s brilliant line, “Freedom is not free; free men are not equal; and equal men are not free.”
Today you’ll hear Richard Cotten being interviewed by the late Tom Metzger on Mr. Metzger’s cable television show Race and Reason in 1987. I want to thank Lone Wolf in Southern California for rescuing this interview from the memory hole and putting it up on resist.com, a site which was started by Mr. Metzger and which is now operated in his honor.
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