Welcome to Stories of Communism, the podcast where we discuss what life is really like for those unfortunate enough to live under communist or socialist governments. Recording from the suburbs of Wichita, Kansas, this is Erik Seligman, your host, with co-host Manuel Castaneda dialing in from Oregon.
Today we have another great interview, with Gyuszi Suto, author of the memoir, titled “I Tried”, that we discussed in the last episode. As you may recall, Suto grew up in Communist Romania, and had a very colorful early life. In our interview, we discuss his impressions on the transition from Communism to living in the West, his thoughts on various political topics, and some hilarious stories that didn’t make it into the book. Now, let’s go to the interview.
Again, if you want to read more of Suto’s amazing, eye-opening, and darkly humorous stories about his early life in Romania, be sure to check out his book “I Tried”, available at your favorite online bookseller and linked in the show notes at storiesofcommunism.com .
And this has been your Story of Communism for today.