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[p. 15] independence of the individual in 1700 as contrasted with the inter-dependence of 1900; and second, that when in answer to the question that seems to be uppermost when one first looks at the old weaver's clock, ‘can it keep time?’ the reply is made, ‘it keeps the time of 1700,’ one understands what is meant.

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