A World Tour of Chicanery and Stupidity

In one of his essays, Henry James asserted that goodness is apt to be weak, that folly is apt to be defiant, that imbeciles are in great places. His aphorism is fitting when considering modern figures on the chessboard of political and social events across the globe, in the Congo; in Norway; in Moscow; at Oxford University; and in Washington, D.C.

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