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CHAPTER I.

GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS.

 

 

definitions

I.

Plain Superficiality is the character of a speech, in which any two points being taken, the speaker is found to lie wholly with regard to those two points.

II.

Plain Anger is the inclination of two voters to one another, who meet together, but whose views are not in the same direction.