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Victor Hugo

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When Napoleon III came to power in 1852, Victor Hugo, who advocated a liberal and humanitarian democracy, went into exile, vowing not to go back to France as long as the new regime lasted. True to his word, he returned in 1870, though he did not approve of the excesses of the Commune.

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