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Rhymes of Contrast on Wisdom and Folly
James Rush,. M.D.
by James Rush, M.D.
A comparison between observant and reflective age, derisively called fogie, and a senseless and unthinking American go-ahead. Intended to exemplify an important agent in the working plan of the human intellect. A narrated dialogue.
(Philadelphia: Lippincott & Co., 1869.)
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