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Maybe It's Not That The French Are Unhappy
"It it may well be that the French are only less likely to call themselves happy - and what's unclear is whether the gloomy or skeptical turns of phrase that they use to describe their states of mind correlate to their actual states of mind. It may be the language of happiness that eludes the French rather than the underlying condition." The New Yorker 03/27/13
Posted March 27, 2013 11:20 PM

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