It’s an interesting story that few people know, and it begins with George Soros.
The year was 1992. George H.W. Bush was still in the White House—a presidency that was in many ways an extension of Ronald Reagan’s two terms.
At the time, Soros, a Hungarian-born financier who had spent the 1980s donating hundreds of millions of dollars to fighting the Soviet totalitarian state in Central Europe, didn’t know what his next big cause would be. Once the Soviet empire fell (and fell quickly), Soros faced a dilemma: Which oppressive government regime should he fight