Groton Headmaster Endicott Peabody. Students enforced Groton hierarchies by strict hazing rituals and various other torments of which the headmaster approved, believing they contributed to the development of "manly Christian character." Franklin D. Roosevelt Library.

From Sumner Welles, postwar planning, and the quest for a new world order, 1937-1943 by Christopher D. O'Sullivan

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  • American: 1900-present
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  • Groton Headmaster Endicott Peabody. Students enforced Groton hierarchies by strict hazing rituals and various other torments of which the headmaster approved, believing they contributed to the development of "manly Christian character." Franklin D. Roosevelt Library.