History doesn t repeat itself it rhymes
Quote by Mark Twain: “History doesnt repeat itself, but it does rhyme.”
Quote Or No Quote #17 - Mark Twain, History Rhymes
Practically every columnist in America writes end-of-year pieces expressing relief as the old year, bruised and battered, heads out to sea, coupled with the hope Baby New Year won't turn out to be Chucky, or Damien, or little Rhoda, the phony-sweet, pigtailed killer in "The Bad Seed. Just thinking about feels a little like a scene in a cowboy movie where the hero, trapped behind the bar, holds up his hat, only to get a bullet hole through it. Because of our innate, can-do optimism, we assumed that after 's bare-knuckle election, America eventually would find her way back to the center, the way she always has.
History Does Not Repeat Itself, But It Rhymes
All rights reserved. This quote is often attributed to Samuel Clemens a. Mark Twain , an American humourist and public commentator. Born in , Clemens had a front row seat during one of the most exciting, dynamic periods of globalisation in human history -- the turn of the 20 th Century. His generation witnessed an explosion of wealth unimaginable even one generation earlier, as new industries rose up and productivity skyrocketed, as natural resources previously out of reach became easily accessible and as technological advances allowed seemingly instantaneous communication around the globe. These developments also facilitated, even required, increased interactions between and interpenetration of cultures, worldviews and political systems.
By Carl M. Cannon - December 10, He often mentioned death, but not as something to be dreaded. In an Oct. Receiving such missives, even if they are only characters long, presents an ethical dilemma. Although no one likes being branded a scold, does a failure to correct them connote acquiescence? The question is not solely one of etiquette.
Dear Quote Investigator: There is a popular humorous maxim about history that is usually attributed to Mark Twain. No matter — the line is too good to resist. - Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Join Goodreads.
Editor's Note: Kitco readers, have your say! Right now, the financial world is sensitive to geopolitical shocks, which has been underpinning the gold market. And even as Butler believes that gold is only a temporary hedge against risk, there are risks in the near term that need to be taken into account. We know from recent history, notably in , that the macro and domestic political uncertainties in the U. Gold can behave like a currency, a fixed-income asset, or a commodity. In the past, it had rallied the hardest when equities and risk assets were out of favor, but it also rose when equities reached all-time highs, he said. For the gold rally to turn sustainable, the market will need to see an even weaker U.