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An Epoch in History

An Epoch in History

WHEN eminent statesmen like Nasser pass away and the well-meant but inaccurate eulogies have been written one is always left with the question, after all is said and done, of whether individuals, whoever they be, are naught but creatures of the social and economic circumstances which gave them birth and the forces that moulded them. The doctrine of the individual will, single-mindedly and single- handedly, changing the course of history is too simplistic to argue about. Yet rear-guard social forces have been known to throw up men who have made it their life's work to struggle against the tide of history

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