There is no need to turn crises into dramas

“A winter of global discontent is looming,” UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said last week. “Households brace themselves for the winter of discontent,” noted the Irish Times. “The nation faces a winter of discontent,” warned the Irish Independent. “We’re in for a real winter of discontent,” the Times said.

e will often hear the phrase “Winter of Dissatisfaction.” But where does it come from? Perhaps surprisingly, its original context is optimistic – albeit quite gory. The opening of Shakespeare Richard III finds Richard alone on stage and voices his thoughts: There is no need to turn crises into dramas

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