Why Don't We Learn From History

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by B.H. Liddell Hart

"A must read for both the people & the leaders of ALL the dictatorial regimes around the world (democracies would also surely benefit). A book for all times to come. His understanding & explanation of where the real power lies is outstanding. What s breathtaking is how relevent his arguments are today & how strikingly similar the working of all governments turn out to be (as generalized by Hart). He deals with issues such as 'patterns & psychology of dictatorship', 'power politics in a democracy' & lastly the the 'desire for power' & 'War'."--Ali S. Burki.

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Loyalty is a noble quality, so long as it is not blind and does not exclude the higher loyalty to truth and decency.

— B.H. Liddell Hart, Why Don't We Learn From History