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Since his early life, Lachaussée wrote about all sort of controversial themes: French society, applied ethic, capital punishment and natural human rights as well.
After writing 46 essays, 9 novels, two romances and uncountable aesthetic articles to La Revue Celtique, he became a founding member of Association Littéraire et Artistique Internationale.
He has become notable for his most famous statement: "Mais enfin, l'homme a-t-il ce pouvoir?", which means "Anyway, does the man have this right?".
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