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"over those two deaths,, and when Bealtie would have strangled his
wife and carried the'Bitifbfd girl into his cave, with no backward
glance save that in threat of rivals.
This sex-struggle has been the controlling force in lifting us
from the cave-man's estate, through the 'Beattie-Marchesi phase,
to a higher development of the sex relation. Still, hdwever, it is the
source of tragedy. Still' it is the most potent tool used by the
shaping hand of -evolution. It comes "into the laboratory t the
scientists. It destroys a Reverend Mr. .Richeson and an Avis Lin-
nell.ur cultured "Cambridge. But it is the forcer that -lifts us up, in
this 'day of the intellect, as in the era,ofthe cave-man and his spul
lessness. ' "Without it -we" .would cease our climb to higher things.
The tragedies "of sex are the whirlpools which set backward
in the inflow of- the rising tide of progress, in which", as from the
. beginning, sex is the great human fact-
Sex is fete.' Pate is progress.
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Higher fates was tne slogan of I rdeiits. Same old tune, but sotne
a recent meeting of, railroad pres- how it doesn't sound musical.