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Rammohun Roy A Journalistic Biography

transferred to the third world. Women in south-east Asia can be made to lose their eyesight working on microchip circuits round the clock. All that women in America and Europe will suffer is headache and occasional birth of a deformed baby. Such inconvenient happenings need not threaten the industry simply because the inexorable laws of scientific verification will let decades elapse before any connections are established. Yet, there is evidence of worker resistance reaching annoying levels in many corners. Decline of peace markets is even more evident, and many computer giants have begun to get the uneasy feeling that they had all got it wrong somewhere.

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