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Lessons From History

Hindsight with Bifocals


"All wars are stupid and foolish, expensive and ridiculous follies. When will people learn to settle their differences by arbitration? They would be better off solving their problems with the roll of the dice than by fighting and destroying each other. There never was a good war or a bad peace."
--Benjamin Franklin (paraphrased and updated slightly for clarification) To be fair, BF knew that, sometimes, wars had to be fought; he regretted the necessity.

Think About It

"There must be no pulling different ways. We must all hang together."
--John Hancock

"Yes, we must all hang together, or we shall all hang separately."
--Benjamin Franklin

At the official signing of the Declaration of Independence

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