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leaves? Or does one turn oneself into a professor, and explain to the bemused ones how the entire tragedy once more emphasises the imperative necessity of land reforms? In the season about to end now, thousands of the, poor had to die because of lack of food; there was no dearth of food, food was raised on the land; but the poor were mostly landless, they lacked the command over the land, and therefore they lacked the command over food. Is the pro tempore salvation in talking .such banalities, or even worse, ones, such as, in the context of the enormous tragedy enacted on your soil, should not a revised version of your objective social function be bounded by a few additional constraints, to wit, constraints which would mathematically make it impermissible for people to die of hunger?

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