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Imperialism and Social Transformation

Imperialism and Social Transformation

the civil servants, nor the senior scientists, nor, for the matter, the members of the Pay Commission who maintain the unemployed and the under-employed; it is the poorest-paid employees who do. And if sacrifice is called for at the margin so that national savings could he augmented, the first cut must he on the intake of the politicians, to whose tune the members of the Pay Commission have seemingly danced the role of the marionette.

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