Chapman College; Chapman University
Moral & ethical aspects; Universities & colleges
May 15, 1929
A speech given in the chapel at California Christian College about the virtues of building and maintaining good character. He claims that good character is the surest route to power and influence and tells listeners that character can be built or destroyed depending upon one's actions.
Chapman, Charles C., "College Notes-Character Building" (1929). Charles C. Chapman College Lectures. 17.