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" He belongs to that class of men who wield a power which is all the more potent from the fact that it is moral rather than political and is exercised for the public weal rather than for personal ends. "
Lincoln: The Capital City and Lancaster County, Nebraska - Page 793
edited by - 1916
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History of Pottawattamie County, Iowa: From the Earliest Historic ..., Volume 2

Homer Howard Field, Joseph Rea Reed - Pottawattamie County (Iowa) - 1907
...range of his activities and the scope of his influence have reached far beyond this special field. He belongs to that class of men who wield a power...for the public weal rather than for personal ends. FRANKLIN UNANGST. Franklin Unangst in 1900 became a resident of Iowa and is now the owner of three...
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Biographical Review of Hancock County, Illinois: Containing Biographical and ...

Hancock County (Ill.) - 1907 - 751 pages
...range of his activities and the scope of his influence have reached far beyond this special field. He belongs to that class of men who wield a power...for the public weal rather than for personal ends. EDWARD CHERRILL. Edward Cherrill, president of the Exchange Bank at Carthage, was born in London, England,...
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A history of Quebec: its resources and people : illustrated, Volume 2

Benjamin Sulte, C. E. Fryer, Laurent-Olivier David - Québec (Province) - 1908
...Lieutenant-Colonel of the Fifth Royal Highlanders. He has never sought to figure prominently in public life, yet belongs to that class of men who wield a power which...for the public weal rather than for personal ends. However, his rare aptitude and ability in achieving results make him constantly sought and often bring...
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Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People 1808-1908, Volume 3

Carrie Westlake Whitney - Kansas City (Mo.) - 1908
...of his activities and the scope of his influence reached far beyond this special field. He belonged to that class of men who wield a power which is all...for the public weal rather than for personal ends. Mr. Bullene married Miss Amarett Hickok, a daughter of Harrison Hickok, of Bridgeport, New York. Six...
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Centennial history of Columbus and Franklin County, Ohio, Volume 2

William Alexander Taylor, Clarke, S. J., Publishing Company, Chicago, S.J. Clarke Publishing Company - Columbus (Ohio) - 1909
...range of his activities and the scope of his influences have reached far beyond this special field. He belongs to that class of men who wield a power...the fact that it is moral rather than political and exercised for public weal rather than for personal ends. ALBERT I). HEFFNER. Capable of mature judgment...
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History of the City of Dayton and Montgomery County, Ohio, Volume 2

Augustus Waldo Drury - Dayton (Ohio) - 1909
...success as he has worked his way upward. His life work has been that of a merchant and manufacturer. He belongs to that class of men who wield a power...potent from the fact that it is moral rather than physical and is exercised for the public weal rather than for personal ends. CHARLES HINCKLEY SOLOMON....
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Chicago: Its History and Its Builders, a Century of Marvelous Growth, Volume 5

Josiah Seymour Currey - Chicago (Ill.) - 1912
...to take his place before the public in the expression of views which he believes are of moment, and belongs to that class of men who wield a power which...for the public weal rather than for personal ends. Unselfish and retiring, he prefers a quiet place in the background to the glamor of publicity, but...
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Chicago: Its History and Its Builders, a Century of Marvelous Growth, Volume 5

Josiah Seymour Currey - Chicago (Ill.) - 1912
...to take his place before the public in the expression of views which he believes are of moment, and belongs to that class of men who wield a power which...for the public weal rather than for personal ends. Unselfish and retiring, he prefers a quiet place in the background to the glamor of publicity, but...
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Baltimore: Biography

Lewis Historical Publishing Co - Baltimore (Md.) - 1912
...who bring their products to the market. General Booth belongs to that class of men who wield a power all the more potent from the fact that it is moral...for the public weal rather than for personal ends. He is a Republican, but not a partisan, and, while he has held and now holds office, his influence...
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History of the City of Spokane and Spokane County, Washington ..., Volume 3

Nelson Wayne Durham - Spokane (Wash.) - 1912
...to become a candidate for office. He wields an influence which is all the stronger, perhaps, because it is moral rather than political, and is exercised...for the public weal rather than for personal ends. On the 16th of February. 1898, Mr. WTaggoner was married, in Chicago, to Miss Nellie McKibben, a daughter...
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