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Neoertheiese, he hUfl to be sacrificed. II eecnese of hi« i g110',·a.nt fri ende I-vho chose to play ·It''heJ'~e the danqer I;(,as\~ This kil1.d ofdilernrna hrrppens llJ'"Oll n cJ 'lIS euel"~J d'uy ~ In. th.e ojJi ee,

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especiu'lly ill u. d·t~Jn.oc,'"atic saciet.y~ the lni'J'lority 'is often. sacrificed for the interest of the ·~11.ajority, rto

nlt-1tt er hQ'1 (' foolish O'J~ i g J1.0J~nJ1 t the m.q;ority· al~e) un.ll' hOll,fa.f·sigh.ted u·}l.tl kn.olf.'f,l'edgea.b Ie t h.e Jni'l1.ority are+ The ch.il'll·l,oho choee not to play It,jrh the rest on. the opeJ~atiOJ1al' troelc 1,·(.'U8 sidelined. And' ill. the case he 'I uas sa.criji cell.~ 'n 0 0 rte 1.,001,.:Jl1 shed u. tear fO'J~ liim.

'the pe]~son 'luho Jllude 'up the ph,il'osophy {,t'US oleo c{)'nji.l',sed untl' he wOH,lel nDt t)<¥y Io change 'the COlll~~e of ,t.he trai~1. beC(1.use he bel'ievetl that 'the Idels pl'({yi'ng on the oPel~a.tional' traek shvulll have tn.olt"n very well' that tJ'"'uck leUas' ,stil.'l ~iR u's'e_, and that they shOl.f,ld hane l~"ll,n, utoay 'ifth,ey heard

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