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The 87-square kilometer island is split roughly in half by the French overseas collectivity of St. Martin, and St. Maarten, a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
There's been no official word as to whether the overseas collectivity of France will be ready for cruise tourists by then.
The Legion reflected the anti-individualism and emphasis on the collectivity often found in sociopolitical movements in Eastern Orthodox societies, and it has even been termed a kind of heretical Christian sect.
Forming such a collectivity is never easy (Kirby’s groups were full of internal strife) but always necessary.
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