History does not usually make real sense until long afterward.
The brave soldiers die. The cowards survive and write the history.
History is the guess of old men, sometimes they get it wrong.
The biggest enemy of truth is known as facts in our society.
Here we introduce the nation’s first great communications monopolist, whose reign provides history’s first lesson in the power and peril of concentrated control over the flow of information. Western Union’s man was one Rutherford B....
[On Jason Mashak’s book SALTY AS A LIP, as reviewed in The Prague Post:] Mashak amalgamates various national, historical and religious traditions into a myth-mash that illuminates many sects’ fanatical compartmentalizing, and the fact that...
In my dream I drank fully of water, but when I woke, I was thirsty.” Ned Low
There’s an old saying about those who forget history. I don’t remember it, but it’s good.
I don’t think history will be as fair to him as it should be.
Historical determinism is a recipe for political quietism.
No one makes history, no one sees it happen, no one sees the grass grow.
Live a life that leaves a memory, nobody can steal.
My mind does not easily accept stately historical processions.