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It’s Time To Admit We Were Wrong About What Was Supposed To Drive The 21st Century

We need to hold ourselves accountable, make better choices and seek out greater truths

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Every era contains a prism of multitudes. World War I gave way to the “Roaring 20s” and a 50-year boom in productivity. The Treaty of Versailles sowed the seeds to the second World…

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