Browsing K-State Libraries Digital Collections by Subject "Liberty"

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Browsing K-State Libraries Digital Collections by Subject "Liberty"

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  • Rice, Arthur Daniel
    Introduction: The nineteenth century has been noted for two antagonistic tendencies; the one being toward greater freedom of individual action; the other toward vesting more power in government, consequently placing greater ...
  • Castle, Clara Francelia
    Introduction: Man early shared the love of greater gain, which generated oppression and bondage. The question of liberty has been the thought and highest interest of the nations. Much study has been put upon the beginnings ...
  • Pincomb, Mary Josephine
    Introduction: For the flourishing condition of our beloved state of Kansas we are greatly indebted to its earliest settlers, its pioneers. “Ad Aspera Per Aspera”, (“To the stars through difficulties”) has always been the ...
  • Doll, Emma Phillipine
    Introduction: It is in the common school that the foundation of our education is laid. Someone has well said, “the establishment and liberal support of common schools should be objects of special interest to every citizen ...
  • The press 
    Fryhofer, John Jacob
    Introduction: Undoubtably the most powerful factor in the civilization of the world has been the influence of the Press. The history of those nations that endeavored to shackle the thoughts of men is indeed the story of a ...

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