Countless films and books have been dedicated to the human struggle to recapture the good old days, whether involving the remembrance of human achievements or a collective longing for past prosperity. But linking good with a particular set of circumstances can result in regret and disappointment when those circumstances change, even the feeling that good has come to an end.
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