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If you look back to your adolescent years of schooling, particularly in history, it is likely that you’ll remember learning about the Roman Empire. Of its prosperity and wealth, its military prowess, and its influential leaders. Perhaps you even learned about its downfall, wondering how a society so rich in success could become so desolate and despairing. But indeed, they can. Rome did not fall instantly into disrepair, it happened gradually and initially without notice. Because of that, it’s not unreasonable to assume that history can repeat itself, and it may be doing just that. …










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