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The Farm and the Farm Family

 but also be conducive to development (economic and social) according to the genius of the people of the region. Contrail, it was pointed out that these steps were not the real solution because the problem was not one of lack of participation and regional disparities in development but of the class basis of political power and there was no reason to believe that this class character would undergo any change with smaller states. Fears were actually expressed that regional movements were often whipped up by the very class which rules and are directed in support of the interests of this class rather than the progressive goals of participation and an egalitarian pattern of growth.

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