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As far as you decide to look back on the past, you'll see that men have always fought for freedom.
Is the sentence above correct? I'm not sure about the underlined part.
Thank you in advance
Thank you for replying, Bianca
Your correction changes the meaning of the sentence.
What I want to say is that you can look back to the XIX century or to the II century before Christ but you'll see the same thing.
How can I convey this meaning?
No matter how far you look back into the past you'll see that men have always fought for freedom.~R
I just came up with an idea.
What about this?
As far back as you decide to look (on the past), you'll see that men have always fought for liberty.
Should I exclude on the past or is it ok?