Do the authors prove that cycles are circular in a "perfect and unbreakable repetition"? Why or why not?
Do the authors maintain an objective tone about historical events? Is this a necessary tone? Why or why not?
Compare and contrast two turnings. What do their differences and similarities say about the concept of turnings?
What do the historical aspects lend to the tone of the book?
The authors make a case that this knowledge could be used by people to predict their futures. What about human nature prevents humans from paying attention to such a pattern?
What generation provided the most change in American history? Why?
Look at the three great philosophies of time. Which philosophy best works with America's history? Why?
Research the authors' backgrounds. Did their background influence the writing of this book in any way? Why?
From reading the book, are the authors correct to...
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