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We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves: In Thomas More's "Utopia" a nearby tribe fights some of the wars for the Utopians, who don't like to deal with some of life's "rougher" aspects, like the killing of other humans and the slaughter of animals for food(slaves do that). What's the name of the neighboring tribe that More says delights in slaughter and rapine... ?
Choose the correct answer:Poolapoolas Grungians Zapolets Cahoolawassees
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