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True Love!

Countries fall in love with human beings all the time, it’s actually more common than you would think. For example, France was in love with François-Marie Arouet (Voltaire) until the day he died.

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If you have ever read Candide by Voltaire, you most likely understood the title Sweet Tea in El Dorado, the first part of which denotes the area of the country and  what regional culture I am writing this from (hint: we like grits, too). 132 more words

Candide

Candide, or Optimism

By: Voltaire

Original Language: French

Publication Date: 1759

Copies: 2

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"Should we Have the Right to Not Work?", by John Danaher

(Nick’s Notes: You can find the original article here. This article was linked under a Creative Commons license.)

Voltaire once said that “work saves a man from three great evils: boredom, vice and need.” Many people endorse this sentiment. 2,850 more words

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VOLTAIRE...

So true…

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