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"I'll wait for your apology."
The meaning of Mack's words, the full import, came to Tadlock slowly. He clenched words back while he considered it. They meant to kick him out. They meant to elect a new captain. He could see how the thing had come about. Patch, the little, stiff-necked New Englander, Daugherty, Gorham, Carpenterthese men, he had known, opposed him, and now they had politicked around, trading on the unpopularity of leadership, making big this little issue of the sick man. "We'll see about that," he said to Mack. "I'll stand on my position about Martin."
" Can't you see it's not just that?" Mack asked.
" I see. I called you a fool, and that's what you were."
" The world is all a fool to you," the Irishman put in.
" I was a fool all right," Mack said, the color climbing in his face, "but it's not that either, Irvine. It's the airs you have. It's overbearance."
" And it is your animals and not enough men for them that slow the train-and you foriver cryin' for speed," Daugherty added. "And it is you and your pushiness that sour us, and that's the God's truth."
" You say you're not sore," Tadlock said to Mack. "Then where do you stand?"
" I've got to vote for harmony."
" What about you, Fairman?"
Fairman said, "Same here."
" You can't get away with it."
" You tell him, Brewer," Daugherty said.
" I be for you," the German explained. "McBee, too. But ve not be enough."
So it was true. So they had conspired against him. So he had to resign or suffer the humiliation of being

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