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" Mr. Arnold would, very likely, not abandon his belief. And yet this contrast would certainly be as damaging as the fact about the girl Wragg, to which he more than once refers so emphatically. Surely it is manifest enough that by selecting the evidence,... "
Chinese Sketches - Page 201
by Herbert Allen Giles - 1876 - 204 pages
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 2

Science - 1873
...be as damaging as the fact about the girl Wragg, to which he more than once refers so emphatically. Surely it is manifest enough that, by selecting the...blackened, and any other society relatively whitened. From Mr. Arnold's method let us turn to some of his specific statements: taking first the statement...
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The Study of Sociology

Herbert Spencer - Sociology - 1873 - 411 pages
...be as damaging as the fact about the girl Wragg, to which he more than once refers so emphatically. Surely it is manifest enough that by selecting the...blackened and any other society relatively whitened. From Mr. Arnold's method let us turn to some of his specific statements ; taking first the statement...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 21

Great Britain - 1873
...be as damaging as the fact about the girl Wragg, to which he more than once refers so emphatically. Surely it is manifest enough that by selecting the...blackened, and any other society relatively whitened. From Mr. Arnold's method let us turn to some of his specific statements : taking first the statement...
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The Study of Sociology

Herbert Spencer - Sociology - 1881 - 426 pages
...be as damaging as the fact about the girl Wragg, to which he more than once refers so emphatically. Surely it is manifest enough that by selecting the...blackened and any other society relatively whitened. Prom Mr. Arnold's method let us turn to some of his specific statements; taking first the statement...
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