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Much more.

When a physician is charged with the curing of a whole body, if, while he is willing and able to care for the large parts, he neglects the small parts and members, will he ever find the whole in good condition?

Certainly not.

No more will pilots or generals or house-managers, nor yet statesmen or any other such persons, find that the many and great thrive apart from the few

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