That’s always a tricky one. Part of the, in ’65, I left in ’65, I began in ’47. The reason is always difficult to know precisely, like almost everything in life, it’s a bunch of reasons. One reason was the, you asked about frustration of… And one of the frustrations was that the new jurisdiction of the park department from the park board administration over to becoming part of the mayor’s cabinet, where the park director became directly a member of the mayor’s cabinet. And that was part of the reason. It was just so much of the time, essentially, was bureaucratic energy. I was expending energy on bureaucratic necessity to achieve the same results that we’d been able to accomplish before with a lot less wasted time.