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  • Interest seems to have such cetaceously cauterizing or brutally fly-blistering effects on its victims in general that it ever has been the hideous bugbear and terrifying nightmare of all thoughtful legislators, statesmen and writers ever since Moses was a minor, even down to the last state admitted into our Union--Wyoming, July 13, 1890. --Ambrose Milton Thomas, Plain Economic Facts for all People. New York, Cochrane Publishing Co., 1909, p. 332.

    April 27, 2011