2019-01-20 09:46

A Regimen of Grace (Comment Magazine):

It was Aaron Burr the senior who once wrote of the founding aesthetic of Princeton: “We do everything in the plainest and cheapest manner as far as is consistent with decency and convenience, having no superfluous ornaments.” This is Protestantism distilled into its most pragmatic American form.


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