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Il faut rendre à César ce qui est à César et a la nation ce qui est à la nation

Il faut rendre à César ce qui est à César et a la nation ce qui est à la nation

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Print shows a man sitting at a table rendering accounts, standing before the table is a cleric holding a bag of money which he apparently refuses to add to the bags on the table, standing behind the table with a shovel over his shoulder is a man from the Third Estate, motioning to the money on the table, he insists the cleric return to the nation that which belongs to the nation. There is a church in the background.

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01/01/1788
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