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to baffle human woes

The fruits of Richard Lovell Edgeworth’s erratic career were four marriages, twenty-two children, many ingenious but useless inventions, and an important book on education. Josiah Wedgwood and his friends. They were the most brilliant group in England, and quite possibly … Continue reading

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