The Ruined Tenement

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"Every child should be taught to respect the sanctity of his neighbor's house, garden, fields, and all that is his." When James Fenimore Cooper insisted upon the inviolability of property, his conviction was as much the fruit of personal experience as it was the expression of his old-fashioned reverence for law and order.

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