Stalin: In the Wrong?

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It was not simply enough to be a wise ex-soldier, as many people believe Plato choose them to be the most qualified. In the dialogue, Plato states that drunkenness loosens a man's tongue, which gives the presents public an idea what he is really like. By this simple test, Plato would readily support Stalin...
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Stalin was well-known to drink everyone else "under the table". In fact, Stalin imbibed much more than his fellow British counterpart, Sir Winston Churchill, and his successor, Khrushchev. Stalin, being a Georgian, took great pride in his raising on a diet of mutton and wine, and as he grew, found wine not potent enough, preferring to consume vodka...
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