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Egalité Potemkine

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En 1787, le comte russe Grigori Aleksandrovitch Potemkine organisa une tournée pour Catherine la Grande dans les territoires récemment annexés en Crimée. Partout où alla Catherine, elle vit des villages remplis de paysans joyeux et prospères et conclut que tout allait bien. Read more …

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Rovnost? Potěmkinova vesnice . . .

Carl Gustav Carus, Memorial Monument to Goethe, 1835

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V roce 1787 ruský hrab? Grigorij Alexandrovi? Pot?mkin zorganizoval po nov? získaných teritoriích na Krymu vyhlídkovou jízdu pro carevnu Kate?inu. Všude, kam Kate?ina vkro?ila, uvid?la nádherné vesnice se š?astnými, prosperujícími vesni?any a usoudila, že je všechno v po?ádku. I když se Pot?mkinovi nep?átelé snažili hrab?te obvinit z oklamání carevny a z toho, že falešné vesnice sám nechal postavit, Pot?mkinovy ostrovy prosperity se staly fenoménem. Od té doby se výrazu „Pot?mkinova vesnice“ používá pro situaci, kdy faleš budí zdání reality. Read more …

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From the Great Society to the Great Betrayal

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Lyndon Johnson’s “Great Society” in the 1960s set up millions of Blacks and Hispanics in cities on generous housing and welfare benefits. Before the Great Society, nobody assumed they could live on permanent government benefits, except maybe disabled veterans.

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Potemkin Equality

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In 1787 the Russian count Grigori Aleksandrovich Potemkin organized a tour for Catherine the Great of recently annexed territories in the Crimea. Everywhere Catherine went, she saw villages filled with happy, prosperous peasants and concluded that all was well. Potemkin’s enemies, however, accused him of fooling the Empress by constructing fake villages, Read more …

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