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“Mythology is important, essential even, to a national psyche. And Americans in particular are desperate in their pursuit of national myth. This is understandable, to a point: coating an elemental truth with the bright gloss of heroism and national sacrifice is the prerogative of the nation-state. But to carry the same lies forward, generation after […]

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“Any manager who punishes their staff for expressing an opinion hasn’t got the faintest idea about leadership. People in charge should empower their employees, not scare them into silence.” -Richard Branson Tweet

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“One of the outstanding tragedies of the world is the fact that most people never engage in the work for which they are best fitted by nature.” -Napoleon Hill Tweet

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“What do we really know about anything, anyway? Who deploys the information products that we get to select for consumption?” -Randall Robinson Tweet

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“’Hot heads’ go with ‘cold feet.’ He who loses his temper is usually a bluffer and when ‘called’ is a quitter.” -Napoleon Hill Tweet

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“Too many people in a heterogenous society shouting and acting on too many combustibly conflicting narrow-minded beliefs can produce chaos and disintegration.” -Randall Robinson Tweet

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“For American Blacks, especially, too little knowledge of history has been a dangerous thing. Our sketchy knowledge of the role of Blacks in the beginning of civilization and religion has driven Blacks away from their heritage and away from God.” -Spencer Haywood Tweet

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“Of all of the manifestations of racism, the one that infuriates me most is the presumption that color equals stupidity.” -Robert Guillaume Tweet

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“Both individuals and nations rapidly decline where greed and envy ride in the minds of those who dominate.” -Napoleon Hill Tweet

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“[A] kind of sixth sense was common among Africans hundreds of years before, and continued to be through slavery days.” -Spencer Haywood Tweet

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