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hospitals, they have intimate everyday knowledge of amazing variety, a fund of stories and experiences that would thrill a tourist -but tourists never see them."
On the other hand, a
priest I know never visits a fellow clergyman. He calls on-of all people -jail wardens. I met him in the largest jail in the world, in Shanghai, and he told me his interest in penology had made it possible for him to travel everywhere with pleasure and profit.
People often say to me, "It's all right for you to talk; you're a writer and all you have to do is to look up some newspaperman when you go into a strange city." Often the speaker is a doctor, a lawyer, a banker, or teacher, and I remind him that he will find doctors, lawyers, bankers and teachers everywhere. "You don't have to be a tourist wandering around aimlessly, or being herded here and there," I tell them. "A doctor I know visits hospitals and clinics, exchanging experiences and getting new knowledge. He winds up by being taken to a lot of places his fellow tourists never hear about."
Are you a lawyer? I know one who visits courts in every place he goes. Are you a musician or a music lover? You will find music makers everywhere. Are you interested in art? Don't limit your

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