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Talk.

Yet another excerpt from Eddie Cantor‘s autobiography The Way I See It, © 1959: “Lack of communication is the big problem in marriages today… I’d much rather see a husband and wife argue, even heatedly, than see one of them go silent and walk out of the room.” Note those quotes? This is the opinion …

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WANTED

Another excerpt from Eddie Cantor‘s autobiography The Way I See It, © 1959: But the first world they (children) know is still the most important.  If his home is happy– if a kid is cared about, not just for– he can cope.  When I see the “Ten Most Wanted” lists– the WANTED posters– I always …

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“On every issue.”

Excerpted from Eddie Cantor‘s autobiography The Way I See It, written in 1959 when he was 67 years old: To me, neutrality’s a crime.  A sin against yourself and your society.  Know what “neuter” is?  Something sterile.  Impotent.  Incapable of making life.  You can’t stay neutral and make much of any life.   A person has …

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