Frequently situations arise in human affairs which seem obscure and difficult of solution. Whatever proposal of solution presents itself to human thought may seem fraught with penalties, so that the putting of a given proposal or several proposals into operation might apparently make the situation worse than before the efforts to do so were made.
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