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Univ. of Oklahoma


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of little import except in so far as it is transmuted into common knowledge. The history that lies inert in unread books does no work in the world…If we remain too long recalcitrant, Mr. Everyman will ignore us, shelving our recondite works behind glass doors rarely opened
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