Can woman regenerate society?

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Page 37 - There are different orders of greatness. Among these, the first rank is unquestionably due to moral greatness, or magnanimity; to that sublime energy, by which the soul, smitten with the love of virtue, binds itself indissolubly, for life and for death, to truth and duty...
Page 37 - ... smitten with the love of virtue, binds itself indissolubly, for life and for death, to truth and duty; espouses as its own the interests of human nature ; scorns all meanness and defies all peril; hears in its own conscience a voice louder than...
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