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Case History of a Stranglehold

by Harold Benjamin 1939

IN A MODEST FASHION the author of this work apologizes for being neither a Public School man nor an Englishman. Considering the nature of his task and the quality of his achievement in carrying it out, he should thank God for denying him both these distinctions. Simon Bolivar, greatest of revolutionists in an era and on a continent famed for violent overturns of government, once remarked, "To judge the worth of revolutions and revolutionists, it is necessary to observe the former at close range and the latter at a considerable distance."

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 1 Number 1, 1939, p. 91-92
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 14025, Date Accessed: 8/21/2018 5:57:27 AM

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