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21 January 2014


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Excellent comments, George. Back in the 19th century in the slums of London the poor were dying of cholera. The rich people in their beautiful houses and grand life styles were quick to blame it on the way the poor lived. It was all their fault.

Fortunately there were good people around who spent time working out what the problems were and helped to clean up the slums and stop the cholera.

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