National Affairs: Copeland's Letter

A few weeks ago U. S. Senator Royal S. Copeland of New York wrote a letter to his friends. He invited them to subscribe to stock in a new corporation in which he is interested. Said he in the letter: "Naturally it will add to my happiness if my friends are stockholders. That will make it a family party." But one of these letters was presented by a stock salesman to a man who had never met the Senator. He resented the letter, especially because it was written on the stationery of the U....

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