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General Conclusions
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SOME years ago, a review of a book written by a socialscientist ended with the comment, 'If Mr. A. has notprovided the answers to the major questions which could be asked on this subject, at least he has defined the questions a little more clearly.' Perhaps the same could be said of this survey. It has raised far more questions than it has been able to answer; but we hope that in raising them, and in demonstrating some of the fallacies inherent in dogmatic answers, we have provided a beginning to the study of a very large subject.