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Public windfall liquid savings are liable to be a transfer from a cautious to an incautious government, and indeed are a source of temptation into incaution.
Tirozzi also had the monumental incaution to suggest that the State Board of Education "be empowered to impose a mandatory desegration plan" should the voluntary plan fail.
Do we need to attribute the unwelcome interpretations of Hanson's work to his own thoughtlessness, incaution, or even mischievousness?