Peter Fox has had a 40-year career in communications beginning with 25 years as a daily newspaper reporter and editor in Wisconsin and Montana then director of public information for the University of Wisconsin System. Later he served a term as Wisconsin cabinet officer overseeing employment relations, afterwards leading a statewide newspaper association and the Park County Community Foundation.
My first awareness of something called the Soviet Union was as an 8-year-old boy in 1956. In November of that year, Soviet troops crushed a budding revolt against the Soviet-satellite puppet government. Known as the “Hungarian Revolt,” the uprising went on 12 days before being crushed by Soviet tanks and troops. I remember watching grainy […]