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Acest vin de hrean este o băutură specială. Este un medicament și nu o băutură ce poate fi servită în exces. Vinul de hrean este un foarte puternic diuretic și ajută în problemele cu rinichii.

Este un vin rar, nu se găsește în farmacii, dar el poate fi consumat și pentru a elimina pietrele la fiere. Are și efect antiscorbutic.
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Anarchism is the modern abolitionist movement:

FTA, with additions in square brackets: Slavery [the state has] existed for thousands of years, in all sorts of societies and all parts of the world. To imagine human social life without it required an extraordinary effort. Yet, from time to time, eccentrics emerged to oppose it, most of them arguing that slavery [the state] is a moral monstrosity and therefore people should get rid of it. Such advocates generally elicited reactions that ranged from gentle amusement to harsh scorn and violent assault.

When people bothered to give reasons for opposing the proposed abolition, they advanced many different ideas. In the first column of the accompanying table, I list ten such ideas that I have encountered in my reading. At one time, countless people found one or more of these reasons an adequate ground on which to oppose the abolition of slavery [the state].

In retrospect, however, these reasons seem shabby—more rationalizations than reasons. They now appear to nearly everyone to be, if not utterly specious, then shaky or, at best, unpersuasive, notwithstanding an occasional grain of truth. No one now dredges up these ideas or their corollaries to support a proposal for reestablishing slavery [the state]. Although vestiges of slavery [the state] exist in northern Africa and a few other places, the idea that slavery [the state] is a defensible social institution is defunct. Reasons that once, not so long ago, seemed to provide compelling grounds for opposing the abolition of slavery [the state] now pack no intellectual punch.
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