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1  The moral effect was sufficient.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XLII
2  Oh, spare me your moral indignation.
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3  In fact the morals of the affair weighed lightly upon her.
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4  Mrs. Merriwether felt that the South was heading for a complete moral collapse and frequently said so.
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5  But the South had needed the cheering news from Chickamauga to strengthen its morale through the winter.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XVI
6  No, Scarlett, the idea of assistance from abroad is just a newspaper invention to keep up the morale of the South.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XIII
7  Words of moral indignation rose to her lips but suddenly she remembered the Yankee who lay under the tangle of scuppernong vines at Tara.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXVI
8  Always remember, dear," Ellen had said, "you are responsible for the moral as well as the physical welfare of the darkies God has intrusted to your care.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXVIII
9  But she made it possible for Pitty to keep her own comfortable establishment and Pitty was always swayed more by considerations of personal comfort than by moral issues.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER LV
10  After the complete moral collapse which had sent her to Atlanta and to Rhett, the appropriation of her sister's betrothed seemed a minor affair and one not to be bothered with at this time.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXV
11  I've often wondered what it was about you that made me always remember you, for I've known many ladies who were prettier than you and certainly more clever and, I fear, morally more upright and kind.
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12  It was almost impossible to obtain these small luxuries now--ladies were wearing hand-whittled wooden hairpins and covering acorns with cloth for buttons--and Pitty lacked the moral stamina to refuse them.
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13  So their unthinking insults to her state, her people and their morals, glanced off and never struck deep enough to cause her more than a well-concealed sneer until an incident occurred which made her sick with rage and showed her, if she needed any showing, how wide was the gap between North and South and how utterly impossible it was to bridge it.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XXXVIII