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--In the Catholic World, 96: 13-24 (Oct 1917) is an article on the life of E.L. Greene by Margaret B. Downing. It is frankly an exaltation __It is a regular geyser of eulogy_ of Greene, a mixture of religious and scientific sentiment. Greene had the great gift of making partisan friends. He had the power in unusual degree of convincing people that his knowledge was universal, at least in many ways or in particular fields. To make people believe off-hand that you it all is one of the sure elements of mediocre success; it is also employed by people who attain to more than mediocre success as did Greene. Indeed the use of this device is widespread and employed by the vulgar. Bot over and above this matter Greene attached certain people
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