“May you live in interesting times.” It’s a famous curse, supposedly of Chinese origin. And it seems nearly as apt today as when it first came to the attention of the Western mainstream in the 1930s. First quoted in print to a British politician, a much less famous Chamberlain named Austen, in 1936 the saying was quickly repeated again and again throughout the mid- to late-30s in media and speeches to sum up a tumultuous period which we all know now would capstone with WWII. But it’s appeal was about far more than the rapid rise of –isms… facism, communism, nationalism. The world was healing… Not only from the loss of 20 million souls to the bloodiest war it had ever known, and just beginning to show signs of recovery from America’s Great Depression… But also from the
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