calamity." In his frenetic enthusiasmnRuskin waged war against social and artisticnapathy as well as irresponsible individualism;nhe championed unpopularncauses, helped to found the WorkingnMen's College, and endlessly expoundednhis ideas in print and from the lectern.nNevertheless he was his own man whontried to deliver a message which everynsociety must . . .
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