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Benedictions and Maledictions. (S550: 1898)

Editor Charles H. Smith's Note: A note of approval printed on page 62 of the 1 September 1898 issue of The Eagle and the Serpent. To link directly to this page, connect with: http://people.wku.edu/charles.smith/wallace/S550.htm

    Ed.--Your last issue is excellent--I think the best yet. Many thanks for Dr. Redbeard's book. There seems a good deal of repetition in it, a good deal of assumption, and he does not seem to recognise that, because the rule of might has hitherto prevailed it does not follow that it must always prevail. His wild tirades against Christ and Christianity are not to the point; but his really fine poem "The Logic of To-day" is worth having--though here, too, the logic is not equal to the poetry.

--Alfred R. Wallace.

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