1883. A lecture delivered at Central Music Hall, Chicago on
November 28, 1882. The subject matter of this lecture is that in
modern civilization the press, the pulpit and the stage are the
three great powers for good and evil. While the author thinks it is
time for the stage to assume a position and talk back, he does not
apologize for it; nor is he simply there to censure the pulpit and
condemn the press. These two forces set up an ideal of perfection
and each thinks of itself as infallible.
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