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Calcutta Diary

The people in Buenos Aires and other towns and cities in the Argentine Republic have rolled into the streets with their pots and pans and sticks and umbrellas and faced police batons and tear gas shells and flying bullets because they have a tolerance level which is different from ours. We are hungrier than they, more emaciated, with less health care and with perceptibly less clothing and other protection against the elements. Compared to the Argentinians the level of tolerance in our case is pronouncedly on a higher plateau. The wretched categories in India have a level of consciousness, or of awareness, of a low order.

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