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BRISSAC LE HAUT, FRANCE. Less than a year ago, thousand marched on the streets of Paris and other French cities shouting, "Down with the government!" and demanding more protection from the recession. The public mood was whisker away from ugly. But within the next seven months it was announced that the economy was actually growing again, and France, along with Germany, was out of recession.
Politics is nothing but fickle, and perhaps nowhere more so than in France. But what if instead of disgruntlement, there were a greater expectancy of good in individual and collective thought? Might it not radically change the world?
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Contributing editor Walter C. Rodgers is a former senior international correspondent for CNN.
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