Applied History, Knocked for a Loop, But Neither Down nor Out

  Contingency: A future event or circumstance which is possible but cannot be predicted with certainty. The Oxford Dictionary, online   The thrilled sense of a society dancing, all consciously, on the thin crust of a volcano. The words of novelist Henry James, conveying an impression of the United States as he observed it on … Continue reading Applied History, Knocked for a Loop, But Neither Down nor Out