Excerpt from The Chautauqua Movement HE task I have taken upon myself is to tell, in a simple way, the story of Chautauqua, - a story of today; without romantic, heroic, or tragic element a story of the people; a story in which the scholars will be interested, because the scholars are a part of the people; a story in which the rich and the refined will be interested, - the rich who are truly refined, and the refined whether rich or poor, -because they believe in the brotherhood of the race and in its high destiny, and are proud to account themselves a part of it.
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