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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 February 1917

v ^ • ••-••-••- • ;'. -V r'^V ;■' -T b*&:^'v,i'' . : I"*' .■• '•■ •--'I? . <%i ; :• *w rr rj l i I gi i Women T Nearly 800 mostly of the underworld, the Central Methodist church and asked the Paul Smith what he intend- do with them in connection his campaign for kuppreasion tenderloin. started when wss told street soliciting in progress at the doors of ehurch. Feeling he was meet- little encourage ment, he the district in company lh investigators, and newspe- i published what he reportel m. fayor James Rolph, Jr., and police commission held a long ion and announced virtually of a set of 10 demands by jth for regulation under law old be granted. A masameeting citizens has been called, r 30 minutes Smith stood the of questions resolving tlves into ''What arc you to do about it t" and then women reluctantly trailed of church. , opened the meeting after policemen had been stationed the doors and men hangers-on the redlight district had ordered out of church. 'I am not in a crusad...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 February 1917

*«•£ Jk.. Hfflt Ai Mi • Mr | fiSli: ?p R i - J: m lb * i ' 111 ■ ' i if ; V*: 1 -:jfe t-il in I 1 M W. *. Wdbfc, situ Iwetarj, Hit tummer soldier *nd «un- •kirn patriot will now take a back track, while tbe real rebel will come to the front. • • .a Aa evidence of the determina- tion of the real Socialist* tho first pledge received in answer to this office'i appeal for funds Wa received $1.00 and a pledge a# $1.00 per month from Cora rode Julias Daniels, of Jone*- ▼ille, aged 83 yean. • • * It looks like the cdmmittee of tho whole for the capitalist clans known as the Government, ia ab- out to plunge into war. As this war is a move of preda- tory capitalism for new feeding grounds that as usual will turn out a "rich man's war and a poor man's fight." it is up to the So- cialist to not make a mistake of our International, but to instant ly protest in every legitimate means. • • • While it does not usually lie gracefully upon the lives of an official to boost himself, I cannot help cal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 February 1917

^^jjj fefi EsSSsfflF"s' "-■ 5f*$?93pJ85s!S' " ■ "' !gfi^S?sS^ v- BiS&t • 4MH ; w~ - • ijawtefe^^k^v' .v •■ READ BY 10*000 ACTUAL 1c > .. . ^MRPS? ^i. ,.;;i~."'" ••' VTOsSkBBSSH^ ■ -u- ...;! ''.^V;:y':-:-:;r>-' V ■•>?mky-!. ' ■■:•■■•■':W^ •"••' >j.-?SS5i?.« ivsSL-,,, v/«. A iM-i! :^a - •" • f §0e per jWf. In elnba of 4, S5e, 40 woeka. 3 ys*rs for $1. "V >' ""P 1.*", ... SSK- . ,3*:_ 1 . rvy I V "14 1 X ft. THE OREAT AFFEAR GREAT TO US ONLY BBOAU8X WE A RE ON otJR KNEES—LET US ARISE. T. A. HICKEY, Editor. KOo p«r year; clubs of fomr or mora (40 weeks) 26c. JLf this number is opposite jour bum yoar subscrip- tion expires next ieeue. 290 ■ - —-a- W K il BHIOKUI tA QiBitti- set ef Mw. I, )ITI HALLETT8VILLI, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1917. Mo. 289 .y.'V,V .5 • <} ftAifyftft r-!. REASON (By Covington Ami £ In January issue of I predicted that the plunge the United Stta* into Snropean saturnalia of de- station, murder and rapine was about ready for the staging and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 February 1917

whnulU, the Mexican Na- tional OOpVention now assembled at Queretaro, Mexico* of duly •toted representatives of the sovereign dtixeni of Mex- loo haa proposed to incorporate in the beeio law of the Republic, am oof other wholesome and jut principles, an article providing that "there shall bo no private or government monopolies of any **%, hob axxuraoir ikon TAXATION"; WHXBBA1, Secretary of State Lansing haa aeon fit to oonu oate to General Venustiana Gar- rania, President of the Do facto government at Kesioo through Ohaa. B. Parker, Amcrioaa Charge A' Affaires, a protest at the pro- posed Incorporation of snoh prin- ciple of non-exemption from taxa- tion, Claiming that if snoh non- exemption be made retroactive in affect it would be virtually con- fiscatory of property in the con- cessions obtained by foreigners under the former governments wherein anoh oonoeaaiona embod- ied exemptions from taxation by oither State or National govern- ment, or both, for certain perioda of years; no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 February 1917

wm,m A ' n> BBV-'- ' •'• ■ySKJS1' ■ ^ ':": / ■■■rf-f? , ■■ . f • V t 'V " 1 A. ' U J.' ijii ,^J|| 4 (By Covington Ami.) fhs penitentiary in preference *"■ to conscription, death in prefer- ence to slavery: That is ever the freeman^ choice, f e e e What Proflteth it to "crash Germany" If WB mast submit to . Prnssianism as the prioe of vic- tory? • • • User Inland's extremity is the opportunity of Dixie. Prole- tarians of the Sooth, arise and eieim your own! f e o • fe« >ee to fellow workess, I will gladly render. Serviee to thv pintoeracy, force atone can com- pel from me. WHO WAKTB PKAOP •f* mmamm—mmmm ^ Tfcattor to Th« German Govern- ment, Afly To Humankind. .V.. •' THE TEXAS OAXOERA. V" m That Texas is under the thumb I of a gang of big criminals is be- coming every day more appar- London, Jan. 15.— Dr. Karl lent. The latest evidence of this Liebkneeht, member of Reichstag increasingly irksome condition Is and Socialist Leader, has received the action of Governor Ferguson an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 February 1917

: i • State Office News Cisco, Tex. GET BUST. Indications right now are that big things are going to he done in our party this year. Do you . want to be instrumental in the work. Unless you are or: ganixed and in good standing you get no consideration. • •• Remit of Referendum ▲. Motion No. 1 lost." Motion No. 2 carricd. Motion No. 8 lost. Local secretaries and memberg- at-largs will be governed accord- ingly. • • • Comrades at Galveston report that they are abbut to start a campaign for new members. Other locals would do well to follow suit. • • • Comrade Welch, the regular organizer of the 11th district, is now active n the 1917 compgari and reports the organization of a new local at Battle in McLennan county. "v • • • Prominent callers at the State Office this week were: Comrades Will Olid well of Dcnison, J. A W*0bd of (lien Rose, W. 0. Bran- nen of Bruceville, G. C. Byrant of Lueders, W .S. Strain of Mc- Canlley and several otfiers from O'Brien, Knox City, Thurber and other par...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 February 1917

T. A. HICREY, Editor. >\ lOe per year; clubs ol fcmr o* mow (40 weeks) 25c. if thk number is opposite a /\ 1 your name your suhserip /"l tion expiree next issue ACTUAL In clubs of 4, per year THE GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO US ONLY BECAUSE WE A RE OH OUR KNEW—LEJ US ARISE K *?V mmm ■yc^w'i FEBRUARY 24, 1917. SATURDAY, Itiu^ PP \ «o: zMi&m h HOW THE PEOPLE ABE EDU- |w OATED FOB MURDER. .•SiifiSS&j-jsBL ■ ■ ■.■&U 1 - | - MVMH ■>* •> For s time it looked as if Wall Street throngh its kept press and political poppets would succeed in its devilish design to drive the last great neutral nation of the world into the European sham- bles. Now great souls of every poli- tical party who see through the plot of the munitions and money trust, are fearlessly and effective ly at work stirring the people in to rebellion against the blood bounds, the Socialists in the fore- front as usual. yA.:;' ■•«}$.• 0 : •• *[ Tremendous muss meetings have been held with Scott Nearing, Eu ;he reso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 February 1917

m i IT I f.i American Land hogs Fattening. By Boott Hearing. The owner* of America are prosperous. They were never more to. When the records ot these years are printed in cold figures, they will astonish us. Have you noticed that the greatest increase in prices has oc eurred in the case of those pro- ducts that come most directly from the land! Look back of this increase at the land values, and note that they have ripen oujt of all proportion to the.rise in other elements such as labor costs, capital costs and the like. The real significance of the in erease in land values to the cost of living may perhaps be gained by a consideration of the land values of one group of States up* on which the United States de- pends largely for its food supply. The North Central States (Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wis- consin, Minnesota, Iowa, Miss- ouri, North Dakota, South Dako ta, Nebraska and Kansas) contain only a third of the population of the United States, yet they pro- duce fifty-nin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 February 1917

BBBBBSi . I •<r •-'• •J. V-" W: ms ra v,t- You Want a Loan ? And yon say yon would like to get a loan under this new form loan Uwf And that you are in something of ft hurry for the mo- ney* Wett, just be patient, for there are some little detail* to be attended4p, viz., namely and to( wit; f V 1. Go out and see your neigh- bors and find nine other farmers who also want to borrow money and are ready to aay just how much they need and what they want the money for. $ — S. These nine neighbors and yovmelf muat -agree to borrow a total of $20,000. Remember that unless it is that much, none of you oan borrow ft cent. 3. "Call ft meeting of these ten Carman who need money, or- ganize yourselves in a "National Farm Loan Association," and el- ect officers. 4. Ton then appoint a com mittee of three to appraise the ten farms. 5. The committee reports its appraisement, and the various blanks are filled in and sent to the Farm Loan bank. 6. Remember that if your farm is appraised at $4,000, y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 24 February 1917

-JCs1 mm.. V". Shmrt PS W:m v;. W- ^k& 2I 7 WM Ml* «&! - -i tmmmm State Office News DBKiV,. I W '- Rr •■ W. T. Webb. State Secretary, Cisco, To*. B&YAN vA^'.C;V..>r3g5w;J' wammasmm TBS WAJl, cedent to met an unprecedented $900,6$0 to $1,000,000 increased situation. Other alternative# are # to 122} thoae receiving CM! for Pledget. Washington, Feb, 13.—William likely to be suggested. J. Bryan went to Washington on "The most important thing is Saturday last to work for peace that the officials at Washington and will remain there until the shall know that the people at crisis is over. He has a large fol- home protest against entering lowing in Congress and in the this war on either side, with its country and his presence inWash- frightful expenditure of blood ington will centralize and co-ordi- and treasure, that they are not nate the effort to keep the United willing to send American sold- a great blessing to the Socialist j8t*tM out of thc European war. dlers across the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 March 1917

•-Vv.'^-V ~ 'v ' ' V ■' . MS • ' ■ ' ' f ■ .' '■ • * * 1 j,,.:. rv^ystti „ jaa \, ,'V x£& v 'U ' r BIKSC . r>. ■ ^y:7 E R E B E L BY 100,000 ACTUAL tS EACH WEEK. 50c per jur. In dub* of 4, ttc, 40 wwki I yw for *• THE (XKBAT APPEAR GREAT TO US OMLT BBOAUSB W1 A KB ON OUR KNEBS-XET US ARISE. T. A. HICKEY, Editor. ftOe p«r year; olnba of foar ot more <40 weeka) 26c. if Uus Domb«r it opposite ^ _ _ your dim yoor subscrip- 25)2 Hon expires neit iwue. ' v <1 I j Wf" TTTffTT'^WSHW I r *rjQ I I I • • - . /.• .j«. ——m——■ ■ ——- «aWt*d M Mi"< ill ■ **■ Wy 1* HALLBTT8VILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, WIT, Mo 2SI A Memorial from •• N. P. League. Bditor The Rebel:— Below you will find a copy of a Resolution passed by the North Dakota Legislature in the form of a Memorial to Congress and the President. This was introduced in the North Dakota Legislature by the National Non-Partisan League, and passed that Legislature with- out a single dissenting vote in the House. The Memorial is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 March 1917

I ; ' 4" I I m - I>' ' ' fj ' -A;#;!fe«3K- iK§ J v " *v 7* ' 1 ■ * t yj-"?: i« a- HSPI BP^ I'wsv'i^k- Revolutionary Reveries. (Bjr Covington Ami) 1 ■* (In the beginning I will say that "Covington Ami" is always and none other than Covington Hall, this that none may think that I am hiding behind a pen name. This name, Covington Ami, was given me by a Clan of Rebels in Des Moines, Iowa, a a year or so ago; thafla, they in- sisted on addressing me as, "PHend Covington", and 'Ami' is nothing but the French word for friend. I liked the name the more became it was the name we children unconsciously gave to the dearly beloved uncle who took us outcasts in and raised us as his own, for a better father never lived than he. So the name, Covington Ami, is is doubly mine, since it was his and I was so rechristened by the Rebels, the ones I love the most, and to whom I belong. It is be- cause it is a love-name and a Re- bel-name that I came to adopt it, and I adopt it in the name of the Socia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 March 1917

U/tiM&kW &k ;^s .' • fciSE^ Atlantic Mi are :...; -....^ '■JwtiK'tJ •>-*. wm^m y&y..;.v.: gfc .^v SEl3tiH i n •c than wot we are. Take 'im man fer man. There's good an' bad Q£, sides, 'But do you think you can a*y any- _ . thing good more than one reason. In the Abaut aQerrowlf w-en ytr m Lttn, place, they seem to be a noat true picture of the difference be ]strike me pink! They wont be- tween the attitude of the civilian | Ueve yoal and the attitude of the toldier. It]E>, , >Un> wotever that ia, is the atay-at-home who writes of hate; the man haa very little in lila heart. And ntinuanoe of war de- - the wiahea of the sol- it aeema likely that Some kind o' wild beaat, 1 reckon- A croaa between a snake An' one o' them boars with 'orna on their nosea Out at Regent's Park Zoo. HOW THXT WORK IT. Even oar preeent punk, pue- rile, prurient, pui sQlanimous, pea- telential, pestiferous, putrescent, FRIGHTENING FATHER KHl OKERBOGHER. l > - V ■' v <• ■ ■ ' • I • ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 3 March 1917

HS'SK* m''K HP" ■ f, - ,« <>- , r. \. mm ■ ■;,..v W^mW: •* ' . ' : J m V yMa' *amm .'- Two Kinds. ':•)/ i rl /Ifl ill P<wl 1 | 1 | WHO WANTS WART Breaking off diplomatic (rela- tions -with Germany should have a (toadying effect on the market^ It Is {fee oonoensus of opinion of strong financial and business in' tenets that, even if the United States becomes involved in the great war, there is little likeli- hood that this will torn the tide of OUR prosperity. If anything, it should result in further expan- sion of business both domestic and foreign. —Weekly News Letter, Jones & Baker, Brokers, 50 Broad Street. Ml Wv, RURAL POWKR. The possibilities of this situa- tion is a thing to which we have been looking forward. Prank A. Yanderlip, President National City Bank. War with GermanJ will result in a great activity in this coun- try .. . - James 8. Alexander, Pres National Bank of Commerce. WHO WANTS PEACE t In The French Chamber. The conception of peace found- ed upon the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 March 1917

RBmH9R^ -- ' ~ SaiSffl 1 •• ' . 1 f U _ BY 100,000 ACTUAL yilMKBI BAOH wm la clubs oI 4, ^ tor IL rw«T2g SSPf ' W !' ■ - —— •}***>« 'ii ' "" j*r i, it BaBsM** Mt •< Mmr. L im H(- V IN- ' -". . .. -.. ;• . A. 'YV'A \ <3B&S •> ^fw£§ mm • f-: • ■:• • i • •Vv € (XRBAT TO US OMLY BIOAUCI WlA Rl 09 OUR KNK8-LIT US ARISE. T. A. HICKKY, Editor. BOs p«r year; clubs of more (40 week*) Ik If this numbor ■ oppornU your mum yovr nbserip- Z\)o Hon expires next ' —■ HALLITT8Y1LLB, TXXAfl, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1117. "• ' sirw&i Mo 292 LEAGUE . * from 8 Paul, *% _ that the Non-Partiat* Lea. yu4 captured North D& ota ... , iart ttofltifff. will now become na- tional in *cope^ The North Dako- '*' "!'V '' «. te leaders on February 25 organ- ized the National Non-Partisan already hate hun- , • dreda of ©rgeniaer* at work in ad- ff!% v' states. League and The Rebel understand* that or ganisers will shortly come to nlex- ' as, likely this spring. This being a matter of serious inter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 March 1917

•- ' rBjui -t *&>■ \ :Jte" '••.. — , . 2?k, - •.. . V j m '1 "■■''■• ' ^ •■■ '■.. - '■ 1 «r • • ■!& ' .• ' , i-4:Vi' ' ' " • " ■■ T" ifl 111* if? 11 j I ■: :! ' $.; I ; I I ip H1 11 •i; ,*l ; •;ii j If j | •S J ; Ife r. I BSfe The Non-Partisan) work." W hentbe opposition had j WHAT ABOUT ORIGINAL SXH? War Situation. ™ v _ waked up sufficiently to put up a League. (Continued from Page 1.) these meetings delegates were el e*tsd to legislative district cou- ren lions, and these district con- ventions nominated men for both houses of the legislature and el eotad delegates to a state conven tion which met in Fargo in the l«tt«r part of March. Hie state epnvention nominated Lynn J. Ftaxier for Governor and named tbe league's candidates for other 4ate offices and ths Supreme d/mri. Then the League swirled into the primary campaign, we twsd, and "tore it wide open." It named its candidates, including BYaxier, down the throats of tbe Republicans, with the exception fi P. M. Casey,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 March 1917

™V;V r, ijiPff ' ' - ., HSI SF>:W 119 | the lexicon of Rockefeller With every drtop of my blood I abhor \ Fran Buffalo (N. Y.) Daily Ex- war. Eugene Y. Deba, once a candi- date for President on Socialist ticket, talked of Peace or War to about 3,000 persons at the Elm- wood Music hall last evening. Debs is against preparedness and >> Debs caused laughter when he asked: '' Can you imagine Rocke- feller or Schwab in khaki with a gun, rushing to the front for $13 a month? Will they shed a drop' of their blood for their country J No! That is what you are for. war and told the crowd that he It's a privilege that is reserved would rather be placed against apor you." wall and shot for "trason to Debs painted a word picture or Wan Street that live aa a traitor the Utopia that will exist under to the working class.'* He deelar-1 Socialist rule. "Then we wil •d he would not go to war fori have a democracy," said he. "We icy capitalist government In the will product wealth for the peo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 10 March 1917

WmM S|vi f 4 T I I I I I if *U..V.fc. >iV. : • A.««+r*ila To IrAtt I n0M THK OOMMTTTMM OB AUSCratlK 1BKCS UfDUSTRIAL RELATIONS: Over Wheat Crop ?M>\ - By W. Francis Hum. + Sydney, N. S. W. (by mail)— With the announcement of Wal- ter Bojaoiman, Britiah board of trade chairman, that Australia would be required to aupply Greet Britain with food supplies during 1917, the Auatralian gov- ernment ia making arrangements to control the wheat harvest on th« same terma that operated in the harvest just completed. Al- ready the Auatralian wheat board haa commenced ita sittings to deal with next year'a harvest, ar- ranging all preliminary details. Must Provide Ships. The new wheat ia already com- ing in from aoma districts—par- ticularly in South Australia, and the farmers are now in eommuni nation with the government losrn ing the terma on which the wheat Frank P. Walsh, Chairman, John B. Lennon, James O'Connell, AnstinB. Gsrretson, John P. White, Agnea Nestor, Freder- ic C. Howe, Rt. R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 March 1917

ssssss \ ' r •«. .J „ 'C J fl £> 5 H mm ■ II I I I "! mm REBEL BT 100,000 ACTUAL EACH wrn. 80e per yw. in eM of ^ S5&. 40 w««k*. 8 y«M i - : IV1 * '■>% V *-u,. I ■ I I It , 4 ' : THI QEEAT APPEAR GREAT TO US OK.Y REOAUO W1 A RE OH OUR KNEES—LIT UH ARIBR. T. A. HICKEY, Editor. tOo p«r year; dubs o< four ov mors (40 week*) 25c. II this number >a oppueit# /x /\ a jour dum your nbaerip- / JJ4 tion expires next karae. HALLETT8 VILLI, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1C17. NO. I ;;#m .. (impeachment flove. ■ ' i 4 — A battleroyal is being stag%t committee and placed on the cal- same from record in order that he in Austin as I write. The aena <3 endar for discussion and all over ®'^ht be relieved from criticism and house are divided into tw the state men and women were ° the state men and women were ^ iftgtgM are ,0 withhekL anxiously watching for what was That ^ said mortgages were certain to be the greatest debate B0 being withheld from record 4s mnA bouse are divided into t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 17 March 1917

. v.v£v*: ■*fef«®ms "S-: mmm ** -j . iiflMiii 9Wi %mem, VMQflHNHH9ME$if!F>-' '• •'T ■:-/■,•■ v " V ' \.'A V . ■•J: - i ,T->> *' '"—5. '* *^5^-' •£«* 7 ; " ; < .* -" •: , -r. MB k4&S :■;! >1 "-; /■'- ' be thrown «round it by this same Constitution. Pending the time set for her trial Miss Anthony lectured dar- ing several weeks. Her audiences iff) : 1 §;'« ! jury, supposed to be guaranteed * rights, my political rights, my that wicked law. reckless of eon- testimony was introduced, the by #*ery safeguard which eoull judicial rights, are alike ignored, sequences, and was, justified in so judge refused to allow bias to ad- Robbed of the fundamental pri- doing. Aa then the slaws who got dress the jury. He practically di- rilege of citizenship, I am de- their freedom had to take it over rected them to bring in a verdict graded from th« status of a citi- or under or through the unjust of guilty, saying, "You can decide sen to that of a subject; and not forms of law, prec...

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