Hitchens did expose her, whatever his motives were. 
Service cannot have different dimensions.  

I don't see anything wrong, if it be from an ENglish
professor or a layman, in finding one a scoundrel by
what one read of that person provided it was
authentic.  And Hitchens certainly was.

--- cr mittal <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Being from India, I only remember her life-long
> service
>   of the poor and the destitute. God bless her soul!
>   ~ CR 
> Ken Armstrong <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>   At 09:04 AM 4/25/2006, Carrol Cox wrote:
> . She was a scoundrel, and while I hate to admire
> >anything Hitchens writes, he very effectively
> pinned her.
> >
> >Carrol
> On the other hand, what might she have thought of
> fat cats teaching 
> literature in comfortable mid-western universities
> passing moral judgement 
> on the tactics of relief workers confronting extreme
> poverty?
> Ken A.
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