What is the difference between a mason and a freemason?

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Freemasons are members of the Order of Freemasonry, a fraternal, benevolent and speculative organization which is spread around the world. Freemasons do not actually lay bricks or dress stone, although some of their customs and symbolism are derived
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A mason is a worker in brick or stone. A freemason, (AKA a mason), is a member of the worldwide fraternal organisation of Free and Accepted Masons.
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