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He puts them in an album instead. One day he puts a set of twenty 20p stamps in his album, because he likes the picture on them—a blue giraffe eating some red leaves. Sandra says he is lucky to have enough money to waste on buying stamps and not using them. However, Freddy points out that he can always use the stamps for posting letters, if he wants, so it is only like saving money, but he does feel a bit guilty. A year later, Frederick looks up his stamps in his catalogue and finds out that the stamps are each worth £100, because of an error in printing the colours.
All of the proposals have been trailed in the party’s manifesto. This time, the force of the law will be used. 1 Attacks on consumption: all sweets and snacks (on a special, proscribed list) will be banned from public places. 2 The products on the ‘restricted’ list will only be sold to adults, and will be stocked out of reach of children on high shelves in shops. Health warnings will have to be carried on the packaging: THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS FATS AND SUGARS WHICH MEDICAL EVIDENCE HAS SHOWN ARE A MAJOR CAUSE OF HEART DISEASE.
However, the Marjonians with the natural springs do not want to change a situation where they have more food than they need and are able to lord it a bit over the others. They point out that, anyway, if the food was shared out, there would probably still not be enough. And the same objection that floored the proposal before—that no one would bother toiling in the plantations if they did not keep the benefit of their labour—is repeated. The Community Council is unable to reach a consensus, so the poorer Marjonians are left to continue scratching out a living in more and more difficult conditions.
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