William John McMurtry
Free read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ò William John McMurtryPlete and lasting dominance of which over the material elements of life is the most vital condition of America's successful aecom plishment of her mission "And so from the colleges have come forth countless leaders and inspirers of the nation's "so from the colleges have come forth countless leaders and inspirers of the nation's life and aspirations whether the strug gle were against the blighting curse of slavery
AGAINST IGNORANCE SUPERSTITION AND MISERY IN OUR OWN ANDignorance superstition and misery in our own and lands against the nscrupulous grasping corrupting schemes of predatory wealth Step by step they have accompanied the nation's mighty march over the continent; so that their moulding p lifting inﬂuence has been and is being pote. Excerpt from Yankton College
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