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MEN AND NATIONS OF CHARACTER

From the December 1957 issue of The Christian Science Journal


Strictly speaking, the word "character" refers to the traits and qualities which distinguish individuals or objects, whether good or bad. But to speak of someone as a person "of character" or of a nation as a nation "of character" generally implies the possession of a high degree of moral force and righteousness.

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