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The War of the Buttons, a novel of my twelfth year (complete title) is a French novel written by Louis Pergaud, from the French region of Franche-Comté, and published in 1912.
The War of the Buttons, a novel of my twelfth year (complete title) is a French novel written by Louis Pergaud, from the French region of Franche-Comté, and published in 1912. It describes the "war" between two gangs from rival villages, Longeverne and Velrans, in the countryside of Franche-Comté. The author got his inspiration from the village of Landresse, where he taught for two years.
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The two views cannot be reconciled I remember America of the immediate Postwar. It had unrivaled economic strength (no more!) and a sense of mission
The two views cannot be reconciled. In the aftermath of the Vietnam debacle it was Kennedy who seemed like a prophet for our time. But, since the election of Mr. Trump as president, more and more pundits urge that the USA stay active (nosy?) throughout the world and so commit the world to individual rights, "whirrled peas," unfettered international trade and. I remember America of the immediate Postwar. It had unrivaled economic strength (no more!) and a sense of mission. Now, some public schools will not even let classes say the Pledge of Allegiance each morning.