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Had to do an H&R intro. While we have reviewed other models we have never covered background. We found a number of inconsistencies in other Internet pieces appearing elsewhere, so we thought we would do a little original hardcopy research. Original sources footnoted as applicable. The origins of H&R date back to 1871 when Frank…

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