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A Punctuation Exercise
Mark Twain's "Corn-pone Opinions"
Selection # 4

Directions: The capitalization and punctuation in this text have been lost. Please fix it, right on this paper.

     men think they think upon great political questions and they do 

but they think with their party not independently they read its 

literature but not that of the other side they arrive at convictions 

but they are drawn from a partial view of the matter in hand and are of

no particular value they swarm with their party they feel with their 

party they are happy in their partys approval and where the party 

leads they will follow whether for right and honor, or through blood

and dirt and a mush of mutilated morals