Pittsburgh College Bulletin 1909 1910 Vol 16 (PDF or kindle) ↠ Duquesne University of the Holy Spirit
Excerpt from Pittsburgh College 1910 "Vol 16It Is Not To "16It is not for me to or discuss in all its details the complex system of a city's government either in the municipal powers given it by its charter or the multiplied works establishments and institutions which it is supposed to maintain for the welfare and protection of its citizensOur instinct tells us what are the necessary factors or ingredients of a successful government as well as its essential conditions It tells us also what are the necessary ualities of a good Administration whether the latter be regarded in the Executive or in the Legislative body responsible for our laws or ordinances and their execution But the important part is that we who are about to en. S local government to find "A Pleasure As Well "pleasure as well
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Summary Pittsburgh College Bulletin 1909 1910 Vol 16Ter upon the arena of active life "should
Not Fear To Interestfear to interest in our local government We should do so the readily because "not fear to interest ourselves in our local government We should do so the readily because ave imbibed the correct principles of individual and social morality because we ave been taught not merely the science and theory but especially the great source and practical characteristic of good government namely the upright life and and theory but especially the great source and practical characteristic of good government namely the upright life and of the citizen in public as in privateWith this good foundation with a pride in the greatness of is city or community with the ambition to promote its progress and to remedy its evils and with the unchanging immovable lever of moral principles the young man of to day the young man of education especially cannot fail in learning to know the working of i.