Faubus: the Life and Times of American Prodigal (p)

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Contents

CHAPTER 1
3
CHAPTER 2
13
CHAPTER 3
25
CHAPTER 4
40
CHAPTER 5
53
CHAPTER 6
61
CHAPTER 7
75
CHAPTER 8
88
CHAPTER 16
181
CHAPTER 17
193
CHAPTER 18
205
CHAPTER 19
224
CHAPTER 20
232
CHAPTER 21
251
CHAPTER 22
263
CHAPTER 23
275

CHAPTER 9
99
CHAPTER 10
116
CHAPTER 11
127
CHAPTER 12
141
CHAPTER 13
150
CHAPTER 14
159
CHAPTER 15
169
CHAPTER 24
285
CHAPTER 25
305
CHAPTER 26
322
CHAPTER 27
348
NOTES
371
INDEX
397
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Page 21 - ... them up in companies, regiments, armies, and get glory out of their slaughter. Just because some king or politician told him to. Man is the only creature in all existence that is not satisfied with the punishment he can inflict on his fellows while here, but had to invent a hell of fire and brimestone in which to burn them after they are dead. Where he came from, or when, or how, or where he is going after death he does not know, but he hopes to live again in ease and idleness where he can worship...

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