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Where Is France's New Voltaire?

Aurore Marechal, ABACAPRESS.COM

Posters celebrating France’s 18th-century champion of tolerance were a familiar sight in Paris after the “Charlie Hebdo” killings in January.
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When some four million French men and women marched to declare their solidarity with the victims of the Charlie Hebdo and Hyper Cacher massacres in January, Voltaire was among them. An intellectual more than a century before the term was coined...

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