From the editor
Since the beginning of mankind, human beings have always been subjected to different kinds of inequalities. Some could run faster than others; some could think faster than others, and some were simply bigger and stronger than others. The human being’s character is such that the ombination of human characteristics was not always what s/he would prefer: the gentle giant with an excellent voice; the crippled deaf genius, the good-to-a-fault labourer, or any other combination.
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