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From the November 1922 issue of The Christian Science Journal

From the Pharaohs to Alexander the Great, to Julius Caesar to Napoleon Bonaparte, and so on to our own day, the human concepts of place and power have, in varying degrees, dominated much of human thought, and spun their tangled threads into the nature of the human race. Loud has been the clamor, mighty has been the temporal effort, not only of these well-known types of men, but also of a vast multitude besides who have sought the same selfish ends.