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But she was busy. The new mayor had a constructive imagination and did not fear big ideas. She dreamed already of a warfare against privilege--the privileges of the franchise corporations, the privileges of unjust taxation, and ultimately the privilege of private monopoly. Graft must be stamped out of the city administration, and a high order of men elected to the bench. Some big things must be accomplished in the city. She had arrived at the conclusion that to most people the municipality is an industrial accident, its government rather a matter of police, fire and health administration, some public schools and a police court, a street and water department; that they wanted just enough of these things, and at the lowest possible cost, to enable men to go about their daily business.
And now, good morning, Mr. " When she was alone again she sat back in her chair and stared hard at her desk for a good five minutes. "I am beginning to see light," said she at last. Meanwhile, Orlando Vickery was getting into his automobile and whirling away down the street, chuckling to himself. "Reformers are just like other folks," he told himself. " CHAPTER XV 52 CHAPTER XV Setting the Trap Her next two days were given up to the study of the treasurer's books--and the financial system of government in Roma.
I am not going to announce any definite line of policy," she was saying, "because, as yet, I have none. I shall take up the work as it comes to me and shall not forget that I am after all only the city's chiefest servant. But, there are many thoughts which I would share with you. There are many things I would have you be thinking over, that we may see alike, perhaps, in the future when our work develops,--for it is yours as much as mine, this work of making a better city. ) let us learn to trace and connect, explain and apply, so as to make our accepted truths into a working principle.