by Bodwyn Wook
THE Following article in The Guardian:
generated the following sagacious remarks, by the now-retired Chief Constable, himself:
THE Responses especially by such readers as longsword, to Mr Bertram, and who point out that the modern age indeed is over, are insightful; whereas, those now who may wish to read more on the subject therefore are invited to consider especially the following two ‘links’:
THE Fact that the creative work now in historianship goes forward largely outside of the academy is, itself, a doleful sign of the collapse of authority throughout the Old Atlantic West. Be that as it may, this same decadent period allows a unique opportunity for historians at work now, to document our dying & our distress to that small handful of far asian scholars who one day, at the end of the century-after-next, will begin the first long forensic look backward.
CC Wook [retd]
[Emmett R Smith all rights reserved 5 August 2007]