The further exploits of supersalesman Botts from 1932 to 1946, which are stimulated by difficulties in the dirt moving...

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The further exploits of supersalesman Botts from 1932 to 1946, which are stimulated by difficulties in the dirt moving business, which are only successful after th of absolute failure. This is Botts, in his letters and telegrams, baiting the long suffering Henderson, preaching humanity in business, fighting enlightened economy, and wandering across the United States, the Atlantic and the Pacific, in the war. As before, here are the Earthworm tractors and their accomplishments, in spite of competitors' buck ing, sharp practices, and the lethargy of local dealers. Mr. Fix-it and his machine represent the masculine taste in stories of bigger, brighter business.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1947