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... s smiling though so that's a good thing. I remember an assassin that was smiling too and, as I learn, assassination is one of the first tactics of the revolution army. I walk a little bit faster. We spend the rest of the day there just reading about how the final victory, in 1911, led to the revival of China and led to the upholding of democracy within her people. There's nothing about when that stance on democracy stopped. On the way back to ...
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