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"I look only to the good qualities of men. Not being faultless myself, I won't presume to probe into the faults of others. "
- Mahatma Gandhi

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SET 22

Question 1: 8 : 24 :: ? : 32

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John M Keynes did not believe in mental standstills. He knew that most of his ideas had only transient value. He wanted to dismantle conventional habits and assumptions, and to rethink previous systems of thought – including his own. He had the courage to treat economics as a matter of time and temper. A generation is usually reckoned as spanning a quarter of a century, but he saw that it took half that time to turn a schoolchild into an adult with attitudes, choices and responses that could not be predicted. Many of the Nazi storm troopers who supported Hitler in 1933 had not been old enough for school when the first world war ended. It takes only a dozen years for new states of mind to prompt new quandaries, expectations and pressures of which political leaders must take account. Keynes was the economist who thought more of generations than of immutable rules.
In the immediate aftermath of the Berlin Games, a myth arose that Hitler, enraged at the triumph of an African American, refused to congratulate Jesse Owens on his victories because he failed to shake his hand. However, the press reported that the German leader gave the American sprinter a "friendly little Nazi salute,” and Owens said that the two exchanged congratulatory waves. In fact, it was the conduct of Roosevelt– who never invited Owens to the White House or acknowledged his triumphs–that disappointed the Olympic champion. "Hitler didn't snub me—it was our president who snubbed me,” he said months after the Games. "The president didn't even send me a telegram.”

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