The profound significance of social harmony

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August 30, 2011
Ludwig von Mises Institute
by Daniel James Sanchez  
Posted in Commentary

"In ancient Greek mythology, Eris, the goddess of strife, was often a villain. It was her scheming that led to the Trojan War, which, as Homer said, made 'many a hero ... prey to dogs and vultures.' In ancient Rome, Concordia, goddess of social harmony, was one of the most dearly loved deities. Often the Romans would dedicate a new shrine to her after a civil strife was ended." (08/30/11)  

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