Ezra Taft Benson delivered a sermon in 1966 that could also serve as a political speech that is as relevant today as it was then. Benson served as the Secretary of Agriculture under President Eisenhower. While I don’t think as highly of J. Edgar Hoover as Ezra Taft Benson, he saw the danger of communist incrementalism. Benson met Russian Nikita Khrushchov because Khruschov wanted to learn about American agriculture. Khrushchov boasted to Benson that his grandchildren would live under communism because we’re gullible to incrementalism.
Benson spent much of his life as a watchmen on the tower, standing up for freedom. Are you willing to stand up for freedom? I AM!