R[obert] U[nderwood] Johnson
J.M. 2counted for on that basis. "Your jumping up with unworthy motives In this matter is the first immorality I have ever seen in you." No, seriously, he is as sound on this question as Sargent, or you, or I, and is doing his share of work in favor of a right kind of policy.If you understood a little more about the book and magazine business than, in your innocence and generosity, you do, you would understand our position a little better in regard to the competition to which we are subjected.With kind regards to Mrs. Muir,Ever faithfully yours,R.U. Johnson[Illegible]02410
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