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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 March 1916

';.K';f.^:m^..«* !©,, aSaSg m-'~r ■ $>.- w,;-'1 ' ■"■'V c ' . ' 5, • TV ' p;''-:'■•■' I K -~.\-t .:'' ' is i K-'C ■# \ \ m ■■p V . •#*? •■*=*«-* 4 V 'f'T • MS aas- OUR [F. W. McConnell is another on county Reb that is mak- inroadfl on the Donk intrench- in those parts. E. Gough, a young red lk and revolutionary Rebel, 1« on the job in Coryell county, reports again this week |H. C. Harris, of Macon, Geor- remembere The Rebel with a lb this week. From the Atlan- ta the Pacific lovers of free- tun are lining up. I J. A. Stephens, an Alabama Rr- eotnes to the front with a club yeek. . M. Cash, an Oklahoma regu- r, drops in again this week with cpstomaty four. J, W. Soward, another spirited loma Reb writes: "I can't to see my paper come in a wrapper so 1 have hustled the enclosed four truth Beek- There are over a thousand ebel readers getting their papers a single wrapper. A word to wise is sufficient U. P. Pace writes from Okla- [>ma saying: "The boys from the i>rks of the cree...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 18 March 1916

ippp? ■ \ • . ^|Hp " - : State Office Notes. ■>X ii Debs Went to « a i :f I ft ;3 N-r' I fc / i I ' a 'A' amsa THE RADICAL PBK83. mfmm "V W. T. WEBB, State Secretary, Cisco, Texas. J. B. Triplett, the live wire sec- retary in Bowie county, report* two new locals this week. • • • Arch Lingan, organizer for the retaries any more. • • • There. Isn't J Brooklyn, N. Y.. March 8. Iditor of "The Rebel." Is there anything more comical than to see a "Labor Leader" looking wise and owl-like trying to "lead" labor and at the same time not know the first rudiments W political economy f George Lloyd. • • • Montgomery County, W have our county Socialist ticket almost completed. If the poll taxes have been paid and all vote as they Kay at the No- vember election CLEAN SWEEP IS IN SIGHT. I am the most undesirable citizen in or near Conroe or in the county, but am here to stay for Socialism or un- til they can give us something to better conditions for all. I. F. Ilauff, Conroe, Tex. • • • In the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 March 1916

1 ff35< 7 'llj ■ 'it - ^ HP-:?" ■HH? _t ■ •■•■';•.• - vv.-■ | l \ v-n-- K '*■ * i> Jrcr ' :^TLHM# =t= saqtr I THE REBEL JiiUD Br 100,000 ACTUAL FARMER8 EACH WEEK. Organ Land league of Amendfc. 50c per year. In clubs of 4 or nora 25c each. 3 years for $1. Entered u Meoad-elaM matter July 1. JS11' 8t the pottoffice at HalletM- ^ *ille, Tex., udir set of Mar. 3, ]$7ft THE OE1AT APPEAR GREAT TO US ONLY BBOAUSE WE ABB OH OUB KNEES — LET U« BALLETT8VILLK, TEXAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1916. T.A. HICKEY, Editor and Owner 50c per year; clubs of four or more (40 week*) 25c. If this number is opposite <\ A A your name your subscrip- 244 tion expires next issue. No. 24 No more than a leper can change its spots can the so-called Democratic party cease to continuously work for the destruction of democracy. The term Democrat'' applied to that party is a mis- nomer. The Democratic party of the south is the party of the south- ern Plunderbund; the party "of predatory privilege for its masters...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 March 1916

brk^ \ ""Vr*-<s !•««' "«! - •: ;■ £*; !*-.-i.S v. Sw-1 I i 1 t | v i s II I 1 Benson Responds. T\ ll M ft if i'-ii II III II' '•J'- m ci - . -11 'if IN * —ST" ' YonJker*, N. Y., March 12, 1916. T0 the members of the Socialist Party of the United States: Comrades:— The campaign of 1916 opens at a time when the world is passing thru the blnckcst period of modern history. What the civilization of the future is t0 be or indeed, whether there is to be any civilization, is beyond the power of. the human mind to know. Humanity having sown in ignorance, i8 reaping in agony.. It is for us in this dark hour of the world's need to consecrate ourselves anew to the principles for which we stand. It i„ for us, who knoW what it was that unloosed upon Europe titanic forces of des- truction to proclaim to all men that upon the capitalist system lies the guilt. ~ In the United States the sun is still shining, but its rays are coming thru a rift in black clouds that may at any moment shuf off the l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 March 1916

mm < - J! / 1 V ' m J / . j!:"f' . ■ ti "Honest Graft." There arc majre ways of choking a <iog thau using butter. There arc more ways of grafting than the response from one of the brothers- in-law. Senator Sheppard wrote ex-S<?nator 1). A. Paulus, who is now postmaster at Hallettsville, j from Washington, I). C., saying | areat'ie ^i i«">""' """' that he had received a clipping I police chiefs use when they hold from a friejui about this matter.1 up women for11protection. In- antj |1(. believed it was from a pa- i—.« mmtam nf m p(>r published in Hallettsville call- ed The Rebel and that he wishes to say that the facts were incorrect and cited as proof the following communication from an assistant secretary of the treasury depart- ment : II I ■ ' ' * ' 1 11 AN IMPORTANT NOTICE OUR REBS. K. R. Mritztn, (general Manager. E. 0. Meitten,, Sccv-TreR Up " r v j — der a system of society in which k unearned increment can be sc- oured from the land those who would get rich wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 25 March 1916

ski jp'^lV-Vr^ Iff PBHf ? "** Bill I? i M I Si 'mtt ^>i| P| m 1 fi;|| 1 ft. n u sn 1 I mmmmfsn #' - • " ■ :•"; .. ' - ^.' .> : State Office 3B .*#4 W. T. WEBB, Stat* Secretary, Cisco, Texas. '...: mmmmmmmm " > 'V f ' It The state secretary i« being worked overtime. Charters are being sent out at the rate of one a day. • - -7f j • • • Jyingan Available. Arch. Lingan, the «Jar organiz- er of Bast T<'l>xas, in available for date« anywhere in Tcxuu. Address v liim. jjt Lufkin, Tex. • • > • Sixteenth District. To the Socialists of the 16th Con- greswionial District: You will please nominate a con- grawman for the 16th congress- ional district. Nomination8 clofw; April 15, Joe Hudspeth. • 90 Haskell Count if. Fred Wharton, county secre- tary write*: '.I have called a convention of the Socialists of Haskell county on April 8. ut the courthouse in Haskell for the pur- pose of selecting candidates for county offices." The village of Columbus, N. AL, on the border of Old Mex...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 April 1916

. ■ ■- ""■' BP- -v , ' •■ ■ ■/■':■ * /— ' ■-' ' wA ~~~ 'A''; l'P$f mm r« ■Kglggy HE REBEL n by m,ooo actual imerb EACH WEEK. Land L—Qmt of America. j 50c per year. In clubs of 4 or r mow 25c each. 3 year, for $1. >"T,'. ■: As- . . -■ - ■ mm VM^^SsHs&iaWvMimm - "v rT-f :• am w ww>WWmiM ' •-•-5;f.' W'i-tiL :?M ■ v. ****•- <r~v v>' . ■•'" (''■ TO OBSAT AFPBAK QBBAT *0 US 0HLT BBCAU3 WS ABB ON OUB XKBBS — IMt U ABX8B. T.A. H1CKEY, Editor and 0w«*f 50c par year; club* of four or more (40 w*eks) 25c. if this number is opposite your name your aulbitcrip- XttD tion expires next i**ue. ?;■■.<" §riE$i «■ MCODd dus matter Jmljr L . 1911, t Ik* po toffice at 8*]l<tta- " Tmu, *nder act of Mar. t, 1ST*, BALLETT8VILLM, TEXAS, saturday, april 1, 1915. Mo. 244 mm mm TP 17th of Mareii in tho Fourth, they elected J. J. Pasto- lua Hotel at Dallas, * con- riza treasurer and appointed a was held by the single committee to secure 40,000 names ol Texas. Representative or twice the nec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 April 1916

m ■ |: m >w 38 01 f' i If l sv® i' ■ W ft I I i> 01 i tease M J + gfe Be" nvention A ooorcntion of gigantic pro- portion, wag held in one of the biggeet cities in Texas last week. By unanimous resolution it recom- mended that the postal savings bank functions be extended until it became a real bank for the peo- ple. The Wilaon tariff bill was savagely attacked and resolutions adopted calling for muncipal, state Mid national ownership of great industries. Jail sentencos were recommended for trust mag- nate and for days the cOrfvention discussed the advisability of rais- ing millions of dollars so as to put the greatest trust in the world out of haaneas. "We did not know that there was a great Socialist convention held last week," our readers may say. Toa are correct my friends. There was no such convention held . It was the state convention of the Cattle Raisers Association, the most individualistic organiza- tion in this country. Why then this change of heart. Why does the pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 April 1916

'i Jftfriji- ■" '• ?■•'• ■ <''.* • •■ •"*"■■« '"*•/ '••„•*'• • C "• «•' <'.*3 iJ'[ .' • V. * •'• •' .. . _ ■■ • ■' ' '- ■ '■ 2b 1 tW-SflPT -. •■: ■'.• 5P®3 K.V:. ,V V;:: : . ■ 7 M ■•*:■ Another Awful •Mm War are warg and wars, wars deed or set of merit that would wake their name remembered. In truth and fact it it not ever res- pec ted. ' Where is the book they have •of defense and wars of invasion i ^"tten 1 Where is the Bong thev Wars in Europe and elsowher^rfv® composed! Whew is ths 4'r Wars until the people are surfeit- red with the stories of them, yet alas I am compelled to chronica still another war that has been furiously fought out on the At- lanta seaboard around Newport vand along the gulf near Palm Btoieh, Florida. The munitions used in this war are teas, dollars, dresses, relief fund aad philanthropy., TV generals is the battle are Mrs. John Jacob Astor, widow of th* multi-millionaire of New York who went down on the Titanic, Mrs. John Astor, his first wife who di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 1 April 1916

mm MfPp Ilif mm .•55-i.TM; ■- 'V WFW. 'J,-'' Sb ■ 1 •« • w P im iWSa t ■ >•• KfCvW' 111 C 3s II fr i*1 ®.f:; t;. t ,2 ] pi after discussing the Socialist Sm and commenting on the or question, high and low in< the land question,* woman rage liquor question^ he ca,.T-— ten farmers who mide in andar ound Sylvester, and organised a local, of which we eloctdOomrade A. H. Aih m our local secretary. We are going to break away from depending on the capitalist £* tem, and do our beat toh<Jp1 ®}" troy it, lor we are tired of land- Wiam, unlawful interest, profit* and rents, especially when the sun- brown, inn-burnt aona of toil pro- duce ererything. We-want to gat our shoulders to the Socialis wheel and elect men, J®rme" and laborers, that are not obligated and hired to the mter^t-prpf t rent taking class. We t*ve tried the Democratic party for ow forty years and their promises of relief has always proved to to, "windy emeneations or me mouth/' T j Callahan. • • • Baylor County Crook...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 April 1916

« s; V:K.f M $ 111 ' V-.-T • •'•fafe/' • ;:v^Ss^: ■$/*' ■' Ik: V8f& '■■ W- vC • WZ. '■ ';•••■ 'V'J' — THE REBEL READ BY ,100,000 ACTUAL FMiUERS EACH WEEK. Organ Land League #/ America. 50c per year. In dubs of 4 or more 25c each. 3 yean for $1. ,':L. ' " T THE OBJBAT AMAl OBBAT TO U8 ONLY WE ABB ON OUR — LET US T.A. HICKEY, Editor. _J . —. - 50o 0er year; clubs of four * more (40 weeks) 25c. If this number ia opposite ^ your name your subecrip 24b tion expires next issue. Entered u matter July L 1#11, at the poetoffice at HalletU- ville, Tex., ea4er act at Mar. 5, 187ft "rr- HALLETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY APRIL 8, 1918. No. 245 m I Greai land « << ■' \ i n i 'i • - ft - frtt.ii. in1*1 t Below appears the first copy <xf the lam^ petition to the next legislature that if adopted will mean the elimination of landlordism and the freedom of the laud. Otyr first land petition circulated in 176 counties and 80,000 signatures were secured. When presented to Governor Colquitt he ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 April 1916

P« K9L.. „ HM ■V^'; ■mi feSL'S :• if i i H i I 1 II i'li b,$F vts'.i and Campbellites Editor The Rebel: I notice in the last Kebel you refer to Chris- tian and also to Campbellite preachers. I would like for you to explain, for the benefit of some, the difference between a Camp- bellite and a Christian. Tours for,the Christ life, O. A. Lambreth. - Wheeler, Tex. The difference between a Chris- tian and a Campbellite is this: A member of the Christitfi denomi- nation obeys the ten command ments, follows the teaching of the bible to the best of his ability, and, realizing that . the Christian church was Communist in its na- ture he or she seeks to bring ab- out a co-operative order of society t in which there will be peace and good .will on earth and where the Hword shall be beaten into plow- shares and the spears into prun- . ing hooks and war shall be learn- ed no more. That is a fair summing up of what as Christian is. Now as to the Campbellite. He is a man who for pretense makes lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 April 1916

■ ffg|i|ffp | ii" ■^,v"s ' . IBfei • • '•• • 4b m m v:r--&WiM •UR REBS. if .Hi' ■ ~~ Reddrn Andrew^ has been mak- ,,u„T •• « g * rooting aehoolhouae cam- _,t* Ur' ^suu ***** a*w* paign in Rusk and adwimn® !? , mj*z *** ^tlook f« counties. The C. M *cwfledJ2 BeT*r )*« *> ****** inf •use like they should, hot those! UVfl VALVES TAX SOTES. tnat read The Rebel are always \ up and doing- • j At the labor parly conference District Secretary J. B. Lewis that met last month in BraWr. WMMMW ka number of st^bs. Comrade An ^ drew, ia enthusiastic over the out E^%?2^d*,V a°°i^k look for Socialism, and .ays The * J* ***** m lU ^ , Rebel hita the bullae every shot a1 J<°1^k ,remUa *or o * J ' , «o** of Rebel tome for a bunefc L, **n ' oort, of Fairview, °f pale-faced Comanche county patienta , The old reliable Alex Browning, of Eastland county, says he "* can't remain dormant any longer" and six 'em for V Okla., tome, through with seven ^ He^ u doing hi, part u spread The Rebel over the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 8 April 1916

m 9 In & I if l-#j I II if' if' '■W' r 1 E • §1 R t i ■*$ '$!wf '4': SSiK , -■ £* P? : TCM: jf^pFi Pi rr,"V'- IP: "L.- ' *' • •■*v ssi \3k Notes. W. T, WEBB, State Secretary, Cisco, Tex**. fJM m GOVERNORS TOVR. E. R. Meitzen, our candidate for fovernor, writes that he will be available for. dates from May 15 until election day. It will be ne- oetsary for each local or encamp- ment to raise $7.50 to pay his campaign expenses for each date. Get in your applications for daten early as a route must be arranged for him at once. He is in better form and fighting trim than ev- The speaker pays hig own hotel and railway expenses out pf this $7-50 per date. Henderson County. .. J. B. Gauntt writes: "J. T. Loe, •f Plainview, spoke on the streets of Athens to a crowd of about 300 farmers and a few business men. lie had splendid attention and his speech had a good effect on the crowd. "The Socialists of Henderson county are falling in line for the 1916 campaign. We have out a splendid count...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 April 1916

m __ Mwm - flfS] life - j^W^rlr ill ■ • i*'~".r.- .,, *• • r *VV ss 111 is SIB ~— '..'•"? "f ' _ — '■ .■ ~V- \ THE REBEL READ BY 100,000 ACTUAL FARMERS EACH WEEK. Organ Land League of America. 50c per year. ln cluba of 4 or more 25c each. 3 years for $1. «*** ■ Entwed u WKond-elua matter July 1, -in m fxwtoffice at Halletti- ▼Ule, T«., under act of Mar. 3, 187a thb obeat apfeab QEBAT to us only bboausb wa abb on oub KHBBS — LBT US ABUB HALLETTSVILLI, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL T.A. HICKEY, Editor. J , * - * 50e per ypar; cluba of four x more (40 week*) 25c. If tkia number ia opposite - . _ your name your subserip- 247 liou expires next issue. 1916. 'i i, ■ in DOWN la. steady, Btep by step, state by state, the much-despised greaser is confiscating the landg formerly possessed by his uativo landlord and the plundering "Gringo." a The Rebel was the first and only paper in America to publish a comprehensive report of the ways and means employed in taking over the lands of Yucatan, Mexico, f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 April 1916

'I ii'v" ; m IP i i M I p I s Hi! if % § If ic m 1 t' h *1 ml MB -ft v&. 1 Kj K i 1 SI i Mill oM^Si Milwaukee and the "Muzzled." The presidency of the United States was at stake in 1884. A meeting was held on the 23d of October, ewelve days before the presidential election, in the Fifth Avenue Hotel oil the corner of 23d street and Fifth Avenue, New York City. • The great commander of the Republican forces, James 0,. Blaine, who was then running for. the presidency, was about to be greeted by a crowd that stood in the rotunda of the hotel and overflowed down the sidewalk. A preacher named Burchard make a few remarks that destroyed the white plumed knight. Speaking from the first flight of stairs lead- ing to the second floor he said in effect: "Blaine stands against Rum, Romanism and Rebellion." A number of alert newspaper men caught the phrase but Blaino, who was closeted with his chief ad- visers came out and greeted the throng a few minutes later not knowing what Burchard bad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 April 1916

■ ♦* i .11, ' i OUR REBS. LAXDBOGS 7.V ALABAMA. Senator S J. Harper of Loui- giina, knowg a good thing when he 1 «eea it. He takes advantage of the Rebel combination offer and or- tier* 100 copies of the famous 'Yucatan Land Story." This Democratic state senator is goiug to learn something about Social- ism now. From aWay up in Page county, Iowa, comes that militant Rebel] Bill J. Taber. He is past 85 year mark, but is still young in spirit and ®ver ready to strike a"blow for freedom. "The best way to have the last word in a political argumeht is to have yonr opponents subscribe for the BebeL By this means you get a 40 weeks rejoinder for two bits.'' This is the way B. W. Lauderdale of Stephens county, handles those who disagree with him. B L. Crowley, Bosque Co., or- ders treatment for four to begin at once and continue for forty weeks. M. C. Tipton, Stephens Co., be- lieves in keeping a good thing go- ing. He watches the expiration in hiB community and calls upon them and gets the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 15 April 1916

flfejj- ;" ' " ' J ' • SSttlS «f J to •• MsMSUMS^M . ■■+- ?''J:'.'. «&43J#J£ ; ■■>■;■ :V''^^r£; ■•;•">• mmm Ss. 1 ti I a 1 tl I'll '••• I i p i ii 1! § ii H i a ii f H' & #v |w fell State Office Notes. > * w. T. WEBB, State Secretary, Ciaoo, Tom. Uenderton County. Resolutions adopted by Mur- chison Local Branch No. 17 at a call meeting April 7th 1916: 'Whereas, there is before the POO* pie of this precinct an interest bearing roads bond issue of $60,* 000, payable 40 years from data and as Socialists have always wag- Od an unceasing warfare on inter- est, rent and profit; and recogrn*- governors tour. E. R. Meitsen, our candidate for governor, writes that he will be available for dates from May 15 until election day. It will be ne- oess&ry for each local or encamp- ment to raise $7.50 to pay his campaign expenses for each date. Get in your applications for dates early as a route must be arranged for him at onoe. He is in better est, rent ana prom; ana recoguu- i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 April 1916

WE *, y. v • '■'V■ * ,T"'' *' •? ■• • •*••".' ,x> ' " ' • ," " < • ■ -. V*5 - ; •;. . : ■ ■ -vl 1 jgl|f s;m ^ -; ■ • -tmm ::-'.r —1' 1 . flf r:ft-r;e bel READ BY 100,000 ACTUAL FARMERS EACH WEEK. Organ Land League of America. 50c per year. In dubs of 4 or ihore 25c each. 3 years for $1. —~-j ./. ,-r - ft&- **;'< • THE OEBAT APPEAK OBJBAT TO UH OWLY BBOAX78B W1 ABB ON OTJB KNEES — LBT TO ABIBB. Entered u aeeond-claaa matter Jnlr 1 ► 1M1, at the poatoffiee mt Halbti ' Tille, Tex., *nder act of Mar. 3, 1871 HALLETTSV1LLX, TEXAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1916. i h Of! mm 0mm. Contrast. {Written for The Rebel by Bruce Calvert—'Tho Indiana Thoreau'.) yhe United States government which should know says in its advertisements fpr recruits to the naval service: "Young Man, Think over what you have NOW and what pro- njise the,FUTURE holds out for you: then, learn what the navy of- fer! you. Check up each and every item in the two columns which' follOU?; compare each item in the Civil L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 22 April 1916

■m'i W f m 1 let? I' ; I Hi" . 1 .'..-A-, ■i#" I P Hi I . Getting Together All the radicals of the United State* are not going to join the Socialist party overnight,but that they are swiftly getting together ia plain to any man who is well- posted on current events. For years a devoted band of radicals has fought for the free- dom of the land and it alone. Another group has bent all its, energies toward the destruction of the private banking power. Still another group hag stressed upon the necessity of collective ownership of public utilities to the fullest extent These, the Social iHls, made the mistake for over a generation of laying too much stress upon Tools but not enough on Land and Money. With the entrance of Southern radicals into the ranks of the Socialist party, who assault the triune imps of capitalism (Rent, Interest and Profit) with equal fervor, an entire change hag come over the face of nature, bo far H radicals are concerned. From day to day they come closer together...

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