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progressive
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The Fountainhead
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  • Ellsworth M. Toohey had accepted the legacy and had turned it over, intact, to the "Workshop of Social Study," a progressive institute of learning where he held the post of lecturer on "Art as a Social Symptom."
  • She adored Austen Heller; he was, she stated, an oracle to all those pretending just the tiniest bit to the title of progressive intellectual, she thought—"don’t you?"—and she followed Heller like a zealot, "yes, literally, like a zealot."
  • He had no distaste for modern architecture and built cheerfully, when a rare client asked for it, bare boxes with flat roofs, which he called progressive; he built Roman mansions which he called fastidious; he built Gothic churches which he called spiritual.
  • It became amusing, at first, to accept "Monk" Toohey; then it became distinctive and progressive.
  • The civic leaders wished to be conspicuously progressive.
  • It’s about time this paper had a modem, liberal, progressive policy!

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  • progressive schools
  • progressive paralysis

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