You know how difficult it is to thread a needle? Yes, Ms. Ramm, I do. And how nice it is when the thread comes out from the other end? I said, Yes Ms. Ramm, I do. So she said well, that’s what I hope for you. So keep at it, keep at it. So I did for a year. However, the saving grace was that because of Salisbury's foreign policy making, also policy making actually not just what...The papers also had some materials, I mean closures and things like that, petitions, memoranda coming in through, you know, the India Office to the Secretary of State about Indian responses, Indian reactions. So at the end of the year I said to her, Ms. Ramm, I don’t think I can do foreign policy, Salisbury's foreign policy, although the material is all there, but I can recover from my reading of those papers something in this direction, and she said, Ok, I will let you defend that then. I will refer you to the History Board. So her training was very good. She was not making it easy for me every time. Yes, go and read a virgin set of papers.