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6 Wilson, p.429. 7 Arnold, p.78. 8 Russell, p.118. 9 Stern, pp.176–225. 10 Simms, pp.579–635. 11 Fukuyama, p.73.

12 Mulligan, p.7. 13 See, for example, Schum- peter, p.165. 14 Finlay, p.410. 15 Ibid., p.412. 16 Shirer, p.256.

5 Minds

1 Marx and Engels, p.34. 2 Ibid., p.52. 3 Ibid., p.58. 4 Hitler, p.20. 5 Ibid., p.3. 6 Ibid., p.10. 7 Ibid., p.14. 8 Ibid., p.53. 9 Blanning, pp.624–33. 10 Thucydides, p.49. 11 Lebow, p.180. 12 Marx and Engels, p.64. 13 Hobbes, Chapter 13. 14 See his essay ‘Shooting

Niagara: and After?’ in Carlyle VI.

15 Made passim in Reflections on the Revolution in France. 16 Harvey, p.73. 17 Ehrman, Vol II, p.258. 18 Hinsley, p.221. 19 Trevelyan, p.155. 20 Nietzsche I, pp.171–2. 21 Nietzsche II, passim, but notably in part IV. 22 Weber, pp.287–91. 23 Service, p.59. 24 Ibid., p.79. 25 Ibid., p.132. 26 Conquest, pp.171–221;

Sebag Montefiore, pp.242–54.

6 Future

1 Fukuyama, p.xv. 2 See particularly Fukuyama,

pp.xi–xxiii. 3 Hayek, passim. 4 Kagan, p.91 5 Ibid., p.3. 6 Fukuyama, p.71. 7 Huntington, pp.26–7.

8 See ‘Latin America’s path to independence’, Mark Weisbrot, Guardian, 26 February 2010. 9 See, for example, ‘The On-

line Threat’, Seymour M. Hersh, The New Yorker, 1 November 2010.

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