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The Ramrodders

A Novel

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Author: Holman Day
Published: 1910
Language: English
Wordcount: 105,302 / 303 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 87
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 961
Added to site: 2006.04.14
mnybks.net#: 13413
Origin: gutenberg.org

A clever, timely story that will make politicians think and will make women realize the part that politics play--even in their romances.

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my district right, when I've betrayed you, or my word of advice isn't worth anything, I'll step out--and it won't need any bee of this kind to come around and serve notice on me. But I understand just what this shivaree means. Sneaks have come in here and lied behind my back and fooled some of you. Fools need to be saved from themselves. There are men in this State who would peel to their political shirts if they could lick Thelismer Thornton in his own district just now when the legislative caucuses are beginning. But I won't let you be fooled that way!"

"The name of 'Duke' fits you all right," piped Niles from a safe distance. "This is a dynasty and I've said it was, and now you're showing the cloven foot!"

Thornton disdained to reply. He continued to walk about among them. "They're trying to work you, boys," he went on. "I heard they were conniving to do business in this district, but I haven't insulted you by paying any attention to rumors. I want you to go down to that caucus this afternoo

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