Jim Lacey



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The First Clash: The Miracu...

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Takedown: The 3rd Infantry ...

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Keep from All Thoughtful Me...

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The Canons of Jihad: Terror...

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A Terrorist's Call to Globa...

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The Smoke Stops Here

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La Scrittore: The Writer

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Double Trouble: A Ryan/Lehr...

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“I remain confident that if faced with such a threat, the West will remember its twenty-five hundred years of tradition, much to the detriment of any possible foe. Having said that, we must all hope our leaders are wise enough to forestall any threat of this magnitude before it manifests itself. Because the Western way of war is brutal. If it is ever again unleashed in all its decisive barbarity, it will be many generations before our enemies recover.”
Jim Lacey, The First Clash: The Miraculous Greek Victory at Marathon and Its Impact on Western Civilization

“And it is plain enough, not from this instance only, but from many everywhere, that freedom is an excellent thing since even the Athenians, who, while they continued under the rule of tyrants, were not a whit more valiant than any of their neighbors, no sooner shook off the yoke than they became decidedly the first of all. These things show that, while undergoing oppression, they let themselves be beaten, since then they worked for a master; but so soon as they got their freedom, each man was eager to do the best he could for himself.2 Despite Herodotus’s”
Jim Lacey, The First Clash: The Miraculous Greek Victory at Marathon and Its Impact on Western Civilization

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