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Beowulf: The Effects of False Security
"And you all know that Security is mortals' chiefest enemy."
-Hecate in "Macbeth" By William Shakespeare
For thousands of years, since the beginning of civilization, societies have striven to secure their homes by any means possible. Even Romulus, founder of one of the world's mightiest empires, started with a wooden fence, and the French general Maginot raised unscalable walls, protecting his country from the Germans with his Maginot line. However, despite the works of the greatest minds and historical figures, none of the most solid defenses kept out the enemy for long. …
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