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1  But I ain't goin to take their oath.
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2  Scarlett flung down the letter unfinished, with an oath.
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3  She'd sworn an oath to herself that she would never do that again.
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4  Scarlett would have infinitely preferred bellowing oaths and accusations.
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5  "One hundred and fifty thousand dollars," murmured Scarlett, her horror at the oath fading.
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6  All your pa had to do was take the oath and sign the paper and off it would go to Washington.
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7  They got the oath out again and just as he was about to put pen to paper, Suellen made her mistake.
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8  She learned that his voice could be as silky as a cat's fur one moment and crisp and crackling with oaths the next.
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9  Fact is, the way the Yankees have framed up that amnesty oath, can't nobody who was somebody before the war vote at all.
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10  Any prisoner who will take the oath of allegiance and enlist for Indian service for two years will be released and sent West.
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11  Many men, thinking soberly of General Lee's words and example, wished to take the oath, become citizens again and forget the past.
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12  Scarlett heard over and over until she could have screamed at the repetition: "I'd have taken their damned oath right after the surrender if they'd acted decent."
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13  Others who were permitted to take the oath, hotly refused to do so, scorning to swear allegiance to a government which was deliberately subjecting them to cruelty and humiliation.
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14  They ruled that no one could get a letter our of the post office without taking the Iron Clad oath and, in some instances, they even prohibited the issuance of marriage licenses unless the couples had taken the hated oath.
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15  After shaking her hand and prodding Wade in the stomach and complimenting him, the doctor announced that Aunt Pittypat had promised on oath that Scarlett should be on no other hospital and bandage-rolling committee save Mrs. Meade's.
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16  I ain't goin to take their oath even if I don't never vote again-- But scum like that Hilton feller, he can vote, and scoundrels like Jonas Wilkerson and pore whites like the Slatterys and no-counts like the MacIntoshes, they can vote.
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