Society:Do the Green Thing

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Society:Do the Green Thing

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Great creativity is astonishingly, absurdly, rationally, irationally powerful. Great creativity can spread tolerance, champion freedom, make education seem like a bright idea. Great creativity can turn a spotlight on deprivation, or show that deprivation isn't necessarily so. Great creativity can make politicians electable, or parties unelectable. It can make war seem like tragedy or farce.

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  • Time of update:2011/9/21 11:34:58

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