Introduction to Social Science: A Discourse in Three Parts

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Redfield, 1856 - History - 148 pages
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Page 141 - Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father who is in heaven is perfect.
Page 107 - I suffered for the lack of the necessaries of life, and was fed from day to day, and month to month, and year to year, on promises.
Page 110 - ... each constituent have free movement and scope for productive exertion and full enjoyment of life. As the skull from the brain, of which it is the shield, this outward should draw its shape and character from the inward. For reconstruction, outward mechanism is powerless ; for that, we must, through the unfolding of all the individualities of civilized men, give full play to inward movement, to which play good government is conducive.

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