What good would politics be, if it didnÆt give everyone the opportunity to make moral compromises.
("The Magic Mountain")
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The obvious missing potential mistake is George Bush's decision to wage war in Iraq.
Human reason needs only to will more strongly than fate, and she is fate.
We do not fear being called meticulous, inclining as we do to the view that only the exhaustive can be truly interesting.
Is not the pastness of the past the more profound, the more legendary, the more immediately it falls before the present ?
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