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There are echoes here of the better-known Macartney Embassy to China and the Far East in 1794: there, enlightenment was based--or so it was hoped--on scientific exchange and commercial intercourse.
As a voice-over begins to warn of the dark economic consequences of POP's privacy referendum, viewers see a big stone wall moving from the left side of the screen until it completely blocks the bridge, sealing the state's borders from outside commercial intercourse.
Our choices are only in the realm of how we will use it to sustain our cultures, to guarantee the continuation of civilization, and to create a level of wealth and commercial intercourse that is hard to imagine.

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