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If he said “No, I want to try Black Raspberry,” what would this little man, hunched behind the desk, do? If all flavors were good, on what basis could Dewey decline Dasher’s recommendation of Butter Almond? Dewey wanted to get along. Dewey wanted a job. He would learn to adjust. “Butter Almond sounds fine to me, Mr. ” “Good, Dewey. ” Dewey was pleased with himself. Dasher started to scribble a note that Dewey thought was probably an introduction to the Butter 27 28 ● America’s Culture of Professionalism Almond Society.
America’s Culture of Professionalism: Past, Present, and Prospects by David Warfield Brown (auth.)