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1  And having finished with politics, the talk about the war began.
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2  Yes, platitudinously but truly, politics make strange bedfellows.
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3  And the Bureau was far too interested in political matters to provide the care the plantation owners had once given.
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4  They always followed a set pattern--first, hard times; next, the political situation; and then, inevitably, the war.
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5  In this mongrel society thrown together by the exigencies of the political situation, there was but one thing in common.
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6  The best of schools and lodgings and clothes and amusements, for they were the power in politics and every negro vote counted.
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7  Then, last summer at a political speaking in a grove of oak trees at Jonesboro, they both suddenly became aware of Scarlett O'Hara.
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8  Word had been spread among the negroes that there were only two political parties mentioned in the Bible, the Publicans and the Sinners.
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9  There had been no talk of politics or impending war all during the morning, because of Mr. Wilkes' request that the ladies should not be bored.
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10  Gerald knew that despite the genuine liking of the County men with whom he hunted, drank and talked politics there was hardly one whose daughter he could marry.
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11  Scarlett knew her mother cared nothing at all about war and politics and thought them masculine matters about which no lady could intelligently concern herself.
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12  Scarlett thought for an instant that if she had not flirted so blatantly with Stuart at that political speaking a year ago, he might have married India long ere this.
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13  With the Republicans in the political saddle the town entered into an era of waste and ostentation, with the trappings of refinement thinly veneering the vice and vulgarity beneath.
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14  Many ex-Confederate soldiers, knowing the frantic fear of men who saw their families in want, were more tolerant of former comrades who had changed political colors in order that their families might eat.
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15  He was as proficient as any of the other young men in the usual County diversions, hunting, gambling, dancing and politics, and was the best rider of them all; but he differed from all the rest in that these pleasant activities were not the end and aim of life to him.
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16  Many of its officials were appointed for political reasons, regardless of their knowledge of the operation of railroads, there were three times as many people employed as were necessary, Republicans rode free on passes, carloads of negroes rode free on their happy jaunts about the state to vote and revote in the same elections.
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17  There was much about the South--and Southerners--that he would never comprehend: but, with the wholeheartedness that was his nature, he adopted its ideas and customs, as he understood them, for his own--poker and horse racing, red-hot politics and the code duello, States' Rights and damnation to all Yankees, slavery and King Cotton, contempt for white trash and exaggerated courtesy to women.
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