In history, there are certain characters who seem to be able to bend fate around them, who can seize all power despite coming from more humble beginnings. Why are these people often seen as monsters? Why is it that history attempts to portray them as something other than a product of their time and circumstance? And when our new histories are written, about those today who seem determined to wrest power from the status quo… will they too be described as monsters and barbarians?
All this and more, on today’s edition of The Rabbit Hole: Politics and Prose… a LibertyNation.com production.
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