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Which book, written by Thomas More, describes an ideal society where there were no rich or poor? A. Ninety-Five Theses B. The Praise of Folly C. The Divine Comedy D. Utopia

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  1. purple_pink
    • one year ago
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    will medal

  2. anonymous
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    Utopia is the only work there written by Thomas More and does indeed describe an ideal society to where none were defined by characteristics of money or power, as the name "Utopia" suggests.

  3. shamallamadingdong
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    @Khirro Correct good job explaining

  4. anonymous
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    I try :D @shamallamadingdong

  5. purple_pink
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    thanks

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