Some people say, “Oh, this is just exploiting the native.” That’s not true. I’m not stealing anything from the natives, and if a new medicine comes out from one of these plants, it’s possible that the natives themselves will have that medicine — when it is once synthesized — on a cheaper basis, and available through missionaries or commercial people or other things. Look at quinine, which was discovered by the Jesuits in Lima who had been told by the viceroy’s wife, who was dying of malaria, and the Indians came in and said, “We use this: quinine tree up in the highlands.” So they tried anything and it worked, and look how many hundreds of thousands of poor people — India alone — who could get cheap quinine eventually, when they made plantations. So, we’re not exploiting the poor of the world because once the medicines are available cheaper and more easily, the poorer people can get them, or the so-called primitive peoples from whom we learned these things. And, all this nonsense about us going in and stealing the things from these natives and forgetting them? I never felt that way.