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"Our new place was a typical run-down farm, with a wooden house in poor repair, a good-sized barn with bad sills and a leaky roof, a Finnish bath house, and 65 acres of land from which the timber had been cut. 'Conveniences' consisted of a pump and a black iron sink in the kitchen and a shovel-out backhouse at one end of the woodshed." The Good Life, Chapter 1, p. 17.

"Advocates of mechanization do not like to face the fact that a machine gets tired, gets sick and dies during its life cycle, and that a machine tender must be prepared to meet these emergencies if the life of a machine in much the same way that he must meet them in the life cycle of a domestic animal such as a horse or of any other slave." The Good Life, Chapter 2, p. 46.

"Some of our fireplaces were built with...

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