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Gun-Runners and Base-Seekers

they know how to make good use of your money. But it does not help your cause. So one has to return, willynilly, to the causality between phenomena. If you Hiueh at calling it a moral issue, use a different name, describe it as an aspect of behaviourism, Calcutta, and Bengal, may be a nuisance and a drag; but it you are so much or an egotist that you cannot bear the thought of letting go of them, the sensible thing, one would have thought, would be to effect a compromise. If you do not want to let the whole of Calcutta and West Bengal go, you must let them go at least up to a point, if you do not want the gangrene of Calcutta to affect the other parts of your organism, allow it the latitude to develop in its own manner

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