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The Joseph Schaffner
Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1891, by RAND, MCNALLY & Co.,
In the office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington, D. C.
The object of every intelligent, honest, and patriotic man is the attainment of that which is best. What I have to say in regard to railway rates and government control is actuated by this desire. It is based on what is practicable and true; on what is attainable. If it runs counter to the opinions of the public, or of those to whom the public looks for information, I am sorry. I do not write from the standpoint of the railways, but from that of an observer and student; from the standpoint of one interested in the prosperity of his country, and believing in the intelligence and uprightness of his countrymen.
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