The American Empire in a Changing World


Monday, July 30, 2012

''An Excerpt From Donald Przebowski's The Rise And Fall of the United States: An Interpretation of History''

From The Excavator

''In his 2009 book called, "The Rise And Fall of the United States: An Interpretation of History," Przebowski writes:

"A man, as a nation, has his moments of glory; his moments of depression. It is during an hour of danger that one reveals one's personal character, it is during a national crisis that a nation reveals its national character, what it stands for when standing for its principles is most difficult. It is our historical moment of depression. The discerning eye sees the symptoms of decay in every part of our culture: the attacks on our Constitution and traditions, the intellectual and moral elitism claimed by politicians, political pundits and the elite media, the arts that distort the beauty of life, the literature that insults literary standards and heroics, and the privileged politicians who rise to power in the Executive, Senate, and the House of Representatives in Washington D.C. dedicated to their own self-interests.''

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