The end is always near : apocalyptic moments, from the Bronze Age collapse to nuclear near misses
Carlin humanizes the past, wondering about things that didn't happen but might have, and compels his listeners to 'walk a mile in that other guy's historical moccasins.' A political commentator, Carlin approaches history like a magician, employing completely unorthodox and always entertaining ways of re-looking at what people think they know about wars, empires, and leaders across centuries and millennia. But what happens to the everyman caught in the gears of history? Carlin asks the questions, poses the arguments, and explores the facts to find out.
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