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When William Faulkner addressed the Delta Council, annorganization of feirmers, at Cleveland, Mississippi in 1952, henspoke about the Declaration of Independence.* The noblenAmerican postulate of the right to life, liberty, and the pursuitnof happiness, Faulkner observed, seemed to have devolvedninto little more than a shorthand for material security. Hisninsight was . . .

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