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Anne Of Green Gables
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  • Mrs. Lynde says he isn’t perfect, but she says she supposes we couldn’t expect a perfect minister for seven hundred and fifty dollars a year, and anyhow his theology is sound because she questioned him thoroughly on all the points of doctrine.
  • Mrs. Lynde says that sound doctrine in the man and good housekeeping in the woman make an ideal combination for a minister’s family."

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  • She challenges accepted doctrine.
  • The Monroe Doctrine helped to limit European influence in South America.

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