About Three Old Men: An Inquiry Into How Cerebral Arteriosclerosis Has Altered World Politics
A Neurologist'S View
In the recent past three men were disabled by cerebral arteriosclerosis: Wilson, Hindenburg and Lenin. The illness of these particular people altered the course of history. The thesis is offered that this was so not just because these individuals were ill but because of the specific qualities of their disease, cerebral arteriosclerosis.
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