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Prufrock: The Lessons of WWII, the Lives of Chaucer’s Pilgrims, and Jane Austen’s Common Sense

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The lives of Chaucer’s pilgrims: “Liza Picard…weaves an infinity of small details into an arresting tapestry of life in 14th-century England.”

What we can learn from WWII: “We often think of deterrence in quantitative terms, as a function of how many missiles we have, how many troops in uniform, how many carriers or submarines or Global Hawks, how many artillery batteries are deployed across the DMZ. But note that Hanson places equal weight on the invisible aspects of deterrence, on a nation's fighting spirit.
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