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Who killed human civilization?
The world got along for thousands of years without heavy industrialization, technology, credit derivatives, inflation and unemployment, and it was a time when human beings used to be civilized. excerpt from morning walk conversation, Durban, October 13, 1975: PRABHUPADA: Material … more
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