Live and Let Live

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Live and let live may refer to:

  • An idiom expressing the ideal of allowing each other to live their lives as each sees fit.
  • "Live and Let Live" is the official motto of Liberland
  • Live and let live (World War I), a system of conflict avoidance used in trench warfare in World War I.

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  • Live and Let Live (1837), a didactic novel by Catharine Maria Sedgwick, which portrayed the American servant as socially mobile rather than the member of a permanent lower class.


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