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Personality, whatever it may be, is at least coming into its own. It has been recognized thru all history. Unquestionably Cleopatra and the Queen of Sheba had one type of personality, while Heloise and the "Portuguese Nun" had quite another. There have been vague, traditional, idealistic suggestions made in required social ethics courses and semi-religious conferences that personality might be varied to more perfectly conform to the prevailing standards of the ·community. But that personalities may be built, are being built upon a bulwark of unrelenting law, with cause and effect definitely determining its design, is only slowly recognized by the popular mind.
The Iowa Homemaker: Vol. 5
, Article 2.
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