Rearrange these parts to form a coherent paragraph.
A. A large number of intellectuals believe that the North is using its military and economic powers to force unequal contracts on the South.
B. The make-believe ethical issue of the sanctity of law camouflages the unethicality of the entire transaction, which is a travesty of the ethical concept of the greatest good for the greatest number.
C. Once these contracts are made, the North uses the facade of legality and ethics to pin down the South.
D. Thus it suffers from the flaw that the law — one of the useful means to implement ethics — has fouled the ethicality of the ends.