When I was a youngster I was looked upon as a weird sort of creature, because, forsooth, I was a socialist. Reporters from local papers interviewed me, and the interviews, when published, were pathological studies of a strange and abnormal specimen of man. At that time (nine or ten years ago), because I made a stand in my native town for municipal ownership of public utilities, I was branded a red-shirt, a dynamiter, and an anarchist; and really decent fellows, who liked me very well, drew the line at my appearing in public with their sisters
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April 20, 2010
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