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1: Once upon a time in Bayonne, France, there were two children by the names of Liz and Emma. They lived near the poor side of town, constantly short of money and food. Though the times were hard, they continued to live off what they had. If only they could trade with the neighboring town folk, they would be better off.

2: Pretty soon the world was falling into greater disaster than before. Suddenly the food supply dropped at an alarming rate, leaving the poor in starving condition. For Liz and Emma, this was terrifying. | Each day the available goods became fewer and fewer. The girls could no longer find those scraps of bread in trash cans along the way. The weather was deteriorating as well. Rain and lighting storms were frequent news, seeping water into the cold dark homes. Tornado warnings spread through their communities once sometimes twice a week. The families of Bayonne were fretting what was to become of them.

3: As conditions grew worse, the population became less and less. All the people from Grenoble had died off as well as the people from Nice. Chances of survival were at an all time low. Later that evening the girls were watching the television news report. "We bring you the report directly from the outer edge of Bayonne. Mud slides and disastrous water seepage is happening in these locals homes.

4: We believe the time of evacuation has come to keep our people safe. All citizens must evacuate their homes." Just then the evacuation sirens went off. Liz and Emma struggled to round up their necessary belongings before the Officials ordered them out. Sadly Liz looked back and said, "Good-bye my little home."

5: Bayonne evacuated with citizens leaving to all sorts of villages. A small group of the citizens including Liz and Emma had evacuated to a small cave, roughly 100 miles from Bayonne. Here there was a small lake, plentiful with fish. They were surrounded by a forest with tons of berries, plants, and wildlife. This was their secret place to live and they kept it that way. Well, at least for now.

6: During this time in life, the news of death traveled quickly, for the means of food. When a village dies out, others take over what is left of their food supply and items. More news was spread this morning. | The town of Arles had died out as well as Nancy. That meant there was only 2 mini cities left standing, Rouen and the town in the cave. Because being the last two cities meant there would be war for the last food standing, the two cities were nervous. Neither wanted to kill the other, but food was a crucial aspect to survive. Liz and Emma came up with an idea the whole cave agreed on. Why don't the Rouens join the cave group and they share. Equality had always been big in the cave that everyone would get the same amount of food.

7: They slowly began to rebuild their society from what was left of the ruins. As a team they rebuilt the society and thrived better than it had been before. They were the last ones standing and created a beautiful place to live in called L'égalité. L'égalité means equal and they named their society this. Each and every person got an equal amount of food, shelter, and opportunity.

8: This would guarantee that the cities would have no more rivalries for food in an effort to stop disasters like the one that built this society. Today the society of L'égalité continues to thrive, constantly improving it's ways, little by little.


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