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  • Date is exactly "1918 November 12"
Congressman Heflin assures President Wilson that the election losses are understandable and a good thing.
President Wilson needs Senator Pittman to stay in place working in the Senate.
President Wilson's secretary sends a letter from Congressman Stephens.
Baruch sends along information from London. "Control of the world's market is now a matter of finance and shipping."
Pittman writes an encouraging letter to President Wilson.
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