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If money is scarce, or if hk father needs his help on the farm, he has to stay away from school. Yet the State wants money from him, as well as work. The son does not think very much of his father's abilities; yet it seems natural enough to the son, in this place where there is nothing to stimulate ambition, that his father should be fonder of spinning a yarn than of putting a shoulder to the wheel.
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Horror-stricken, he hands the weapon back to his father, who is surprised, but keeps his own counsel. The horses take turns too, harnessed to the beam that drives the mill. In truth the boy and his father do not care much for one another.
It is a story which those who want again to read of Lincoln in an epic will cherish with delight . It must often occur to him that there are too many of them to provide for.
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