Memories and Monuments: Destruction as a Path to Progress

  Memories and Monuments: Destruction as a Path to Progress By Max Eternity   Is the past ever really the past?   The history of humanity is filled with conflict and torment mixed with episodes of heroic struggle and bittersweet victories that resonate still today.  Books and buildings can represent cultural shifts that champion historic milestones, …

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Lyndon B. Johnson: The “Great Society” Civil Rights President

Lyndon B. Johnson:  The "Great Society" Civil Rights President By Max Eternity   There’s no excuse for the Vietnam War.   It was President Dwight D. Eisenhower who started it.  The war was then escalated by President John F. Kennedy.  And after Kennedy’s assassination, President Lyndon B. Johnson escalated again and continued on with the war, …