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A Familiar Event

tiation within it, there does not appear to be much chance of any substantial trouble or rift in the Government. Some increase of bitterness will, however, result and the people will regard these wranglings unseemly and inappropriate, even thoroughly irrelevant to their problems as well as aspirations. But good can come out of evil if the Co-ordinating Committee is able to use this incident to work out a code of conduct for the coalition parties. Which differences, at which stage and how, should be made public or even taken to the people for a decision? Surely, the collective responsibility of the Cabinet requires a sense of collective responsibility on the part of the parties composing it. Sundarayya will have done some unconscious good if his diatribes help in this manner to ramify the coalition concept which he appears to find distasteful.

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