by Vaclav Pinkava People who DO learn from history are condemned to watch others repeat it. History is a strange cannibalistic sort of creature. Historians write retrospectives, chronicles, records. These in turn become the stuff that subsequent historians reference. Truths become simplified, then embellished, along conventional lines. “History repeats itself, Historians repeat each other.” (Philip […]

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