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The Goal is to Keep Racial Grievances Alive Forever

Every revolution begins with lofty concerns but most often ends in violence, bloodshed, loss of freedom, and long-term despotism — from the French Revolution to the Cuban Revolution and every revolution in between and since (China and Venezuela). David Chilton writes the following in Part One of his review summary of James H. Billington’s Fire in the Minds of Men : In many ways, the French Revolution set precedents for those which were created in its image. Beginning ostensibly as a revolution for “democracy” in the name of “the People,” it soon revealed the irresistible drive toward centralization that […]

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