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Gretchen Lowell

We often hear of people who will descend to any servility, submit to any insult for the sake of getting themselves or their children into what is euphemistically called good society.

Did it ever occur to them that there is a select society of all the centuries to which they and theirs can beadmitted for the asking? — LOWELL, _Speech at Chelsea_.

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