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Like all the waters and rivers of different lands and regions ultimately meet in the ocean, so do the different viewpoints, economic theories, etc. on society and the means to their attainment benefit mankind.

Thus, indulging in divisive, dissensioncreating discussions is futile and pointless. No positive result has ever come from attempting to convert all men of various temperaments and likings into one common ideology and mode of behavior. Modern history clearly proves this in both the East and the West.

Mammoth Lakes, Calif.

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