Tuesday, August 19, 2008


Jonah Goldberg in the September 1st National Review on dead tree (subscription-only for now):
There’s an old story of an ancient bureaucrat at the British Foreign Office who, after working from 1903 to 1950, reminisced that “year after year the worriers and fretters would come to me with awful predictions of the outbreak of war. I denied it each time. I was wrong only twice.”

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