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Quandary Resolution 2299
longinquity, spuria, euphoria, cacoethes
The year was 1849 and publicized personal testimonies of instant wealth from theĀ gold rush seized the imagination of many and created across the nation a general euphoria and a cacoethes to head west, as few were deterred by the journey's longinquity or by the recent revelations that many of these stories were nothing more than insidious spuria planted in newspapers by unscrupulous Californian real estate promoters and picks and shovels salesmen.
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