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" ... on the part of those who are more eager than discreet in their effort to rise, yet, on the whole, the relation of the various classes, which must in the nature of things always and everywhere exist, is that of mutual respect, and anything like the... "
Transactions - Page 88
1879
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The Eclectic Teacher and Southwestern Journal of Education: For ..., Volume 5

Education - 1880
...the common school utterly prevent anything like servility in the relation of classes in after life, and although it is sometimes made a little too manifest...and everywhere exist, is that of mutual respect, and anything like the old world distinctions of caste and rank would seem about as absurd to one as to...
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The Library Magazine, Volume 1

Choice literature - 1880
...the common school utterly prevent anything like servility in the relation of classes in after life, and although it is sometimes made a little too manifest...another, and a little better," on the part of those who atw more eager than discreet in their effort to rise, yet on the whole the relation of the various...
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Selections Illustrating Economic History Since the Seven Years' War

Benjamin Rand - Economic history - 1888 - 367 pages
...character and ability to attain it. The associations of the common school utterly prevent anything like servility in the relation of classes in after-life...and everywhere exist, is that of mutual respect, and anything like the old-world distinctions of caste and rank would seem about as absurd to one as to...
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The Alumni Bulletin

Universities and colleges - 1908
...slogan. To others, a theory of economics, or a manner of living, or a way of speaking. To some, it means that one man is as good as another, and a little better. To others, and I think they are nearer right than any, it is a spirit of human brotherhood, which holds...
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The Inland Educator: A Journal for the Progressive Teacher, Volumes 3-4

Education - 1896
...the prevailing corruption in polities; those twin monstrosities of American egotism, t!ie delusion that one man is as good as another and a little. better, that anyone is fit for Anything, and the delusion that the school system of our country, oĞr state,...
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The New England Magazine, Volume 10; Volume 16

New England - 1894
...get a mixture of comedy and tragedy. When the doctrine that all men are equal is construed to mean that one man is as good as another, and a little better, for any possible function, then chaos comes again. Society has use for all varieties of genius, talent...
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