Why Edith Hamilton Feared the Decline of Individualism More Than Atomic Bombs
When Edith Hamilton died at 95 in 1963, The New York Times published a glowing obituary.
One quote in particular indicated that she was worried that the free societies of the 20th century were losing the Greek spirit that had fueled humanity’s progress.
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