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Give the central idea of the following poem:
The Nation Builders



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The poem 'The Nation Builders' tells us that material wealth does not make a nation strong and great. The people of strong character build a nation. People who are ready to make sacrifices for the truth and honour, who are ready to stand firm and suffer, lay a solid foundation of a nation. The industries and daring people make a nation great, and not the weak and cowards.

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