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What would Homer tell us if he was alive today?
What would Homer say if he had the opportunity to not only see, but correspond with, those of us who live in the twenty-first century?
Homer writes about honor, war, politics and love. His portrait of the marriages of Hector and Andromache as well as Odysseus and Penelope provides good advice for successful relationships.
Radical egalitarianism leads to mob rule, which itself leads to tyranny. So it happened in Ancient Athens, and so might it happen in America today.
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