"There is a special trap for every holder of power, whether the director of a company, the head of a state or the ruler of a dictatorship. His favor is so desirable to his subordinates that they will sue for it by every means possible. Servility becomes endemic among the entourage, who compete among themselves in their show of devotion. This in turn exercises a sway upon the ruler, who becomes corrupted in his turn. The key to the quality of the man in power is how he reacts to this situation. I have observed a number of industrialist and military men who knew how to fend off this danger. Hitler himself put up no visible resistance to the evolution of a court."
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OCTOBER 3, 2019 “What is the American Dream Today?” Jorge L. Valdés, Ph.D. I remember clearly that early morning October 11, 1966 when my mother came into my room and abruptly woke me and my brother up, with the command to get up, get dressed and do not pack anything but the cloth you will wear as we were living the Island I loved so much, which formed my early years, to go to Miami and live in a country where we could worship God freely. The only reason my mother wanted us to move to Miami and leave our country, friends, relatives, and…