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I would first like to go to the U.K. and study largely the process by which a fistful of mercenaries became the rulers of our country and ruled over us for almost one and a half centuries. I would love to study the psychology of a common Britisher both on the gain as well as the loss of this " jewel in the British crown." I would also love to study their education system, which produced a string of dedicated, intelligent, efficient, and conscientious civil servants who believed in building not for decades, but for generations and centuries. The names, Edmund Burke, Tennyson, Wiliam Wordsworth, Shelley, Sir Walter Raleigh, Cromwell, Sir Isaac Newton, John Hamilton, and, Mr. Andrew Wiles of our own day- all these superlative and distinguished men of letters and unbound wisdom and knowledge I shll continue to worship till my last breath. I would love to pay my respects at their final resting places. Pl.note that Mr. Andrew Wiles, I wud love to meet in person.