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Novelist Ayn Rand articulated the Alliance's version of loyal American film content in Screen Guide for Americans, a 1950 pamphlet that offered such guidelines as "Don't Smear the Free Enterprise System," "Don't Deify the 'Common Man,'" and "Don't Smear Industrialists."
Make an exception for the black man we wish to Deify.
To jump at conclusions on no other authority than their own ignorant assumptions, and to Deify errors on no other authority than their own heated imaginations, has in all ages been the practice of Theologians.
"Deify me and I bu'st!" observed Chullunder Ghose.
When he accepted a fellowship at Smith College in the fall of 2000, the student newspaper complained bitterly: "Deify Celebs Much, Smith?"
Thus may they confecrate even their infirmities, and tho 'they cannot Deify, or erecSt Temples to them, as the Romans did to their paffions, nay their di (ea (es yet after they are thus cleanfed, they may (acrifice them as the Jeiys did the clean beafts in the Tabernacle ..