The Unpredictability of War: Lessons from Ukraine and Stefan Zweig’s Europe

“Earlier eras, with their wars, famines, and revolts, were deprecated as times when mankind was still immature and unenlightened. But now it was merely a matter of decades until the last vestige of evil and violence would finally be conquered, and this faith in an uninterrupted and irresistible “progress” truly had the force of a religion for that…

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Amiel Handelsman

Amiel Handelsman

Executive coach, Dad, husband, reimagining American identity, exploring the anti-race antiracist perspective. Lots more at amielhandelsman.com.