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"Dysart," said the other, "you don't have to tell me these things."
"Would you rather not have heard them?"
Duane thought a moment.
"I would rather have heard them, I believe."
"Then may I go on?"
"Is there anything more to explain between us?"
"No.... But I would like to say something--in my own behalf. Not that it matters to you--or to any man, perhaps, except my father. I would like to say it, Mallett."
"Then; I prefer that you should believeI am not a crook.Not that it matters to you; but I prefer that you do not believe it.... You have read enough in the papers to know what I mean. I'm telling you now what I have never uttered to any man; and I haven't the slightest fear you will repeat it or use it in any manner to my undoing. It is this:
"The men with whom I was unwise enough to become partially identified are marked for destruction by the Clearing House Committee and by the Federal Government. I know it; others know it. Which means... Nixon, Richard M.
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