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And, if his opinions could somehow reach the ears of the public at large, if perhaps by the year 2000 people are ready for our man's forward-thinking propositions, if on a chilly January morning in his beloved future Charles Holden finds himself leading the Inaugural Parade down Pennsylvania Avenue, doffing his top hat to the cheering masses of recently exhumed voters who owe their rekindled lives all to him, what would people remember him for?
Holden answers immediately.
"For the greatest progress in the history of the human race."