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A rooster was scratching one day in the earth under the mass of a house when he found a bean. He endeavored to swallow it, and stifled himself. He gagged himself and extended himself, and there he lay, and couldn’t relax.
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Mustafa Kemal Ataturk
At the point when Mustafa Kemal Ataturk took control in the 1920s, Turkey was in confusion. Having battled two wars consecutive, one on the losing side against the partners in World War I and the other in a multifaceted, mistaking free-for-all in which everyone sort of lost (more on that later), Ataturk was left with what might seem, by all accounts, to be an unthinkable task. The Ottoman Empire had consumed to the ground, and the new country of Turkey was, in Ataturk’s view, a long ways behind whatever remains of the world. (more…)