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cowards on TITANIC
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Attached is a small notice from The New York Times reporting on the surprisingly impulsive behavior of the men of high civic standing on-board Titanic who were among the first to scramble for the lifeboats:

"It was our Congressmen, our Senators, and our 'big men' who led in the crush for the lifeboats."

It was also pointed out that many of the Titanic heroes that night were also men of prominence within their communities, fellows such as Isador Straus and John Jacob Astor who refused to accept lifeboat seating.

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Cowardly Behavior on TITANIC (New York Times, 1912)

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