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Meade this letter. And remember, at this period of his life was extremely
conservative and restrained in his phraseology. So this letter coming from Lincoln
in 1863 was tantamount to the severest rebuke. “My dear General, “I do not
believe you ...
But one of Mr. Dyke's letters, printed in this chapter, brought 421/2 per cent; in
other words, that letter was twice as good as a miracle. You can't laugh that off.
And this letter wasn't a sport, a fluke, an accident. Similar results were obtained
Let's examine another of Ken 'Dyke's letters, and again note how skillfully he
applies this “do-me-a-favor” psychology. ... You will observe that in the
psychology used—even in the phraseology in some places—the letter is almost
identical with ...
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