Victor Davis Hanson Quotes & Sayings

12 most famous Victor Davis Hanson quotes and sayings (historian). These are the first 10 quotes we have.

Victor Davis Hanson Quotes
“Americans spend more money on Botox, face lifts and tummy tucks than on the age-old scourges of polio, small pox and malaria.”
Victor Davis Hanson Quotes
“This bloody past suggests to us that enemies cease hostilities only when they are battered enough to acknowledge that there is no hope in victory - and thus that further resistance means only useless sacrifice.”
Victor Davis Hanson Quotes
“Often, the pretexts for starting a war are not real shortages of land, food or fuel, but rather perceptions - like fear, honor and perceived self-interest.”
Victor Davis Hanson Quotes
“States are like people. They do not question the awful status quo until some dramatic event overturns the conventional and lax way of thinking.”
Victor Davis Hanson Quotes
“History has shown that a government's redistribution of shrinking wealth, in preference to a private sector's creation of new sources of it, can prove more destructive than even the most deadly enemy.”
Victor Davis Hanson Quotes
“Any time the Western way of war can be unleashed on an enemy stupid enough to enter its arena, victory is assured.”
Victor Davis Hanson Quotes
“Popular culture is simply a reflection of what the majority seems to want.”
Victor Davis Hanson Quotes
“War seems to come out of nowhere, like rust that suddenly pops up on iron after a storm.”
“In history, one gathers clues like a detective, tries to present an honest account of what most likely happened, and writes a narrative according to what we know and, where we aren't absolutely sure, what might be most likely to have happened, within the generally accepted rules of evidence and sources.”
Victor Davis Hanson Quotes
“The fact is, beneath the hype, Iraqis will soon appreciate American help and idealism far more than French perfidy. It is never wrong to be on the side of freedom - never.”

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