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A plague can do what reason cannot. When a deadly plague sweeps through the countryside it can kill ¼, ½, ¾’s or at times the entire population of villages, towns or even large cities. But some are passed over, others, being sickened, develop a resistance and survive, or others still are bypassed by pure luck or random happenstance. No matter how deadly the plague there have always been some survivors. Mass death greatly reduces the population. This, in turn, reduces the labor force, increasing the value of labor. Those who do survive amid the tears and horror ultimately gain a better life. A plague can do what reason cannot.

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About The Twentieth Man

Age 67
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