Kids who could be easily lured into hard work for little pay (cash and prizes!!!) easily succumbed to Olympic Sales Club ads in their comic books and Boy’s Life. Moms who could be easily lured into hard work for little pay (a dollar per item!!!) easily succumbed to Cheerful House ads in their homemaker magazines. The difference between the two is absolutely nothing, as both involved the mundane reality of selling boxed greeting cards to your neighbors.
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