Ça ira

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French for ‘things will work out’, refrain of ‘Carillon national’, popular song of the French Revolution (c.July 1790), translated by William Doyle; the phrase is believed to originate with Benjamin Franklin, who may have uttered it in 1776 when asked for news of the American Revolution.

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