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Diary of David Eichel, 1917


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they are extraordinary. In the agregate, as my friend Lee would say, they amount to just this. If you want to know exactly what Katz means, take Katz’s statement and convert it to its exact opposite and you have it. If Katz says: Nobody ought read a certain paper it means that everybody ought to read that paper etc. Another favorite saying originated by Rosenberg but since adopted and used to advantage by all is Let’s have a little guilt. Which put me

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