CYRUS , king of the Persians, fought his way to supremacy two and a half millenniums ago by conquering the Semitic races that had ruled the earth "with a rod of iron. " An historian has spoken of their government, for example in Babylon, as "inconceivably cruel," for the reason, apparently, that they were devoid of the imagination which enables a man to think of himself in another man's place.
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