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  ______________________________________________________ Eric Hoffer: “The nineteenth century was naive because it did not know the end of the story. It did not know what happens when dedicated idealists come to power; it did not know the intimate linkage between idealists and policemen, between being your brother’s keeper and being his jail keeper. It is disconcerting […]

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