We have not got it and we have never had it. After all this time I don’t think that we ever will. Believe me, I admit this with no feeling of pride. We have put ourselves, by our neglect, not only beyond the pale, but into an entrenched position from which it is impossible to retreat. The whole situation has slyly crawled up on us and turned itself into a matter of principle. We have become all too like the politicians who state publicly and categorically eighteen times that they are dead against something and then find it expedient to be for it. On second thoughts, this would not trouble many politicians at all.