(VictoriaTaft.com) -- The philosopher George Santayana, famously wrote, in his book The Life of Reason:
“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
It is apt to remember Santayana’s wise observation in contemplation of April 29, 1975, for what happened on that date in the Vietnam War should be remembered as a day of infamy, in order to prevent its ever being repeated.
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I note on this April 29, 2013, that my youngest daughter will be in her sophomore high school class in a government school today. There, her liberal progressive politically-correct, cultural-relativist government NEA mis-educators will make no mention of the significance of April 29, 1975, or the Vietnam War.
Or, if they do, it will be to condemn it.