The (Dis)Course of History

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By Eric Axner-Norrman This is a fictional account of a conversation between two fictitious history professors. Any real-life similarity is entirely coincidental. The setting sun of Gascony in late August has a certain warm radiance and golden glow about it. That is something both could agree upon without argument. But…

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Beginnings

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By Jan Rustemeyer That is the floor and those are the cutting machines. That’s my office there, and this is your place on the floor. These are your scissors. Never lose your scissors. Then Ali will buy you new ones and you will have to pay him. That pile in…

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