The human concept of greatness invariably attaches itself to personality. A man may be termed great because he has built up a great commercial enterprise, or it may be that the exigencies of war have afforded opportunities for him to display great powers of generalship, great courage, or great faithfulness, and he stands out conspicuously because of his achievements.
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