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1832) and Emma C. Carter Lee (b. 1835), had three more children: Christabel (b. 1865), Grace (b. 1867), and Theodore Storrs (b. 1873). , where Samuel is pastor of the Second Congregational Church. 1872-78 Lee family lives in Cleveland, Ohio, where Samuel is pastor of the First Congregational Church for seven years. 1878-84 Lee family lives in Oberlin, Ohio, where Samuel held the professorship of political economy at Oberlin College. GSL attends Oberlin College until 1883. ), from which he graduates.

Advertisements informed consumers of new products and modern ways of living. The best-selling book in 1926, The Man Nobody Knows, characterized Jesus as a brilliant business organizer, outdoorsman, and advertising genius. That October, President Calvin Coolidge congratulated an audience of advertisers for stimulating the buying habits of Americans. "The uncivilized make little progress because they have few desires," he reassured them, joining the chorus of Americans who conceived of advertisers and other businessmen as cultural heroes whose authority should be left largely unfettered.

Our cheap press speaks today in tones never before heard out of Paris," wrote Nation editor E. L. Godkin in 1898. " 30 The guidance or even regimentation of the public mind was enhanced by attempts to adjust individual behavior within large organizations. In Stephen Crane's best-selling novel about the Civil War, The Red Badge of Courage (1895), a "common" man of the infantry was described in the following terms: "He suddenly lost concern for himself, and forgot to look at a menacing fate. He became not a man but a member.

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