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Marquis de Lafayette’s Values About Independence Are Still Relevant – and Needed – Today

Lafayette believed so deeply in the American ideals of liberty, equality and independence that he left his home in France as a teenager to fight in a war for a country that wasn’t his own. As a result, a defining factor of his legacy was receiving the moniker “The Hero of the Two Worlds” for his service to both France and what would become America.

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