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Titus Livius ,in the introduction to his History of Rome from it’s Founding (Ab Urbe Condita) written roughly around the time of Christ, laid out the cyclical theory of history in its purest form: For true it is that the less men’s wealth was, the less their greed. Of late, riches have brought avarice, and […]
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