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The arriviste Montaigne&rsquo;s ascent as mayor of Bordeaux was based on bribes and payoffs. But are the local politics of the <strong>father of modern liberalism</strong> beside the point?

The arriviste Montaigne&amp;rsquo;s ascent as mayor of Bordeaux was based on bribes and payoffs. But are the local politics of the father of modern liberalism beside the
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The arriviste Montaigne’s ascent as mayor of Bordeaux was based on bribes and payoffs. But are the local politics of the father of modern liberalism beside the point?

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