“The more you write the more you want to write about.”

If there were only one religion in England there would be danger of despotism, if there were
two, they would cut each other’s throats, but there are thirty, and they live in peace and happiness. Volatire

 Revolutions  English Civil War  Thirty Years’ War  Long Knives  Lushan Rebellion  Pride’s Purge  William Penn
 Religious Wars  Massacres, China  War in Darfur  Cleon  Operation Gladio  USS Maine  R & J Sarajevo
 Civil Wars  Conversions  Gypsy Roundup  Numantia  Commonwealth  Andersonville  Sir William Penn
 Tax Resistance  Massacres, U.K.   Agis IV  Bartholomew’s Day  Savonarola  Charles I  Lorenzaccio
 Rule of Law  Medieval Revolts  Transparency Int’l  Struggle Session  Peterloo Massacre  Jack Cade  Shay’s Rebellion
 Despotism  Magna Carta  Interregnum  Cromwell  Masque of Anarchy  Sayuksin  Blood Diamond
 Bill of Rights 1689  Glorious Rev  King John  William & Mary  Reichstag Fire

 Yearning in desire to follow knowledge like a sinking star, beyond the utmost bound of human thought.  Marlowe

 Age of Reason  Solon  Apron Club  Nazi Banned Books  Thomas Paine  Athens Democracy  Baskerville
 Enlightenment  Themistocles  Peter the Great  Athens Constitution  Johann Struensee  Buffon  Edward Gibbon
 Greek Statesmen  John Adams  Cleisthenes  Blasphemy  Voltaire  Mendelssohn  Adamantios Korais
 Direct Democracy  Ephialtes  Sejong the Great  French Revolution  Beccaria  Alembert  William J. Bryan
 Scottish Enlight.  Seven Sages  Ben Franklin   Jefferson Bible  Diderot  Condorcet  Fred, the Great
 American Rev.  Dutch Golden Age  Hamilton  Wollstonecraft  David Hume  Herder  Catherine
 “All men are =”  James Madison  VA Dec. of Rights  Elbridge Gerry  Montesquieu  Holbach  Leopold II
 Founding Fathers  Samuel Adams  Sons of Liberty  Lafayette  Polybius  John Hancock  Joseph II
 Lucius Brutus  Epaminondas  Patrick Henry

Love, like the sun that it is, sets afire and melts everything. What greed and privilege to build up over whole centuries
the indignation of a pious spirit, with its natural following of oppressed souls, will cast down with a single shove. 
Jose Marti

 Hist. of Theatre  Trouvère  History of Dance  Shakespeare  Plutarch  Ovid  Virgil
 English Theatre  Dunhuang Project  Greco-Buddhist  Marlowe  Sordello  Lope de Vega  Aspasia
 Attic Theatre  Bodhidharma  Aeschylus  Ben Johnson  Thomas Kyd  Garcilaso Vega  Woody Guthrie
 Politics & Music  Euripides  Sophocles  Aristophanes  Anguissola  Chapman  Pete Seeger
 Da Vinci  Michelangelo  Horace  Bertram de Born  Thomas Nashe  John Lyly  Mogao Caves
 Dionysius Cato  Hrotsvitha  William Morris  Thomas Nast  Curious George
 Edward de Vere  John Trumbull  Johannes Beeck

If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales.
If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.  Albert Einstein

 Folk Tales  Fairy Tales  Folklore  Grimm’s Fairytales  Children’s Books  Zhuangzi  Knee-Knock Rise
 Imagination  Japanese Folktales  Canterbury Tales  Robert Stevenson  Cent Nouvelles  Folk Music  Panchatantra
 Persian Folklore  Aesop’s Fables  Hans Andersen  Nursery Rhymes