Before answering, you ought, as I view it, to consider the thesis that the issue of industrialisation is as weighty an issue as that of building our national defence. And you oughtn't to miss the point, either, that weapons and equipment your country needs to survive the modern warfare are all industrial products. Developing countries have to purchase them from developed countries, and for this they must earn a lot of foreign exchange by selling chiefly industrial goods. And developed countries would turn backward if they neglect the issue of industrialisation.
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