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  • Beyond the Contentment of Walden Pond

    Beyond the Contentment of Walden Pond0

    Henry David Thoreau maintained a very simple lifestyle in his 10-by-15-foot cabin near Walden Pond. His furniture consisted of three chairs, a desk, and a table, while the rest of his possessions included a limited range of cooking implements. Thoreau also valued simple tools, as well as lamplight, stationery, and a few books as necessities

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  • Forced Equality Has a History of Genocidal Results

    Forced Equality Has a History of Genocidal Results0

    In recent history, the largest genocides have resulted from tyrannical centralized governments yearning for utopian equality for all. Between 1975 and 1979, Khmer Rouge leader Pol Pot carried out a genocide in which approximately 2 million Cambodians died, or nearly a quarter of the country’s population. About 60 percent of the deaths were the result of

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