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Are you just planning to figure that part out if you manage to succeed in overthrowing the government? Symbols for a long time were the preferred method of non-verbal communication as so many were illiterate. Last year, around the time the Shabbos Project was lighting up the Jewish community in South Africa, the Federation conducted an in-depth assessment of the local Jewish population. Thankfully, the government was so overwhelmed by practical problems in those early days that the issues could be decided by these representatives, instead of spiraling into an actual war, as happened in the French Revolution.

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