Most Viewed- Things That Are Misnamed
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- Etiquette Of The Visiting Card
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- Maximum Age Of Trees
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- A Dollar Saved A Dollar Earned
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- Who Is The Author?
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- Would You Be Beautiful?
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- What Housekeepers Should Remember
- Queer Analogies In Nature
Workingmen Easily Gulled
Who fought for King George in 1776? Working people.
What interest did they have in being ruled by him? None.
Why, then, did they risk their lives for him? Because he hired them.
Where did the king get the money to pay them? By taxing them.
Then they really paid themselves for fighting? Certainly.
In every war ever fought the working people paid the expenses.
WHAT constitutes a state?
Men who their duties know,
But know their rights, and, knowing,
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