In Indiana

The political situation just outside Eden was very simple. There were only two favorite sons, Cain and Abel, and one got the other's scalp. It has never been so simple in Indiana. There have been from primeval times many great sons—always more than there was room for in one little state—and one took another's scalp only to have his own taken in turn, and that is part of the reason why the white settlers got the state so readily. But the coming of the whites did not change...

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