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Submitted by Muhammad.Quddus (United States), Feb 13, 2008 at 00:57

Check out only two books: One is by Hassan Haqqni's "The Pakistan" and the other is "Pakistan Chronicle" by Sir Morrice James. These two books would keep the sickness at bay. To get a real clue of what ails: check out Mr. Naipaul's "India: area of darkness". It is time to dust off what in the West call "History." Without history, all you have is various shades of sickness spread out all over. Oh, my goodness.

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