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I didn't mean to insult, underrate, slight or demean any young Nigerian artiste; what I did was to state the obvious.
That's because we usually underrate our ability to follow trains of logical thought.
The June 1973 issue of the SWP's Internal Information Bulletin states: "As Marxists, we do not believe in individual terror because it underrates the class struggle.
Salerno presses on to argue that the Allies failed to adopt a robust enough policy towards Italy prior to the outbreak of war with her, although this is a questionable assumption that underrates the challenge from the Italian navy.