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41. “On the Quaker Relief Effort”
[after 11 July
It is admirable what the Quakers have done to alleviate the misery in central
No matter what sad political experiences we have had to make over the
past six years; as long as the world is under the leadership of countries willing and
able to provide such substantial forces and means to help men without regard to
race or political affiliation, we have good reason in spite of it all to believe that the
psychological conditions for a useful development of the League of Nations are
Attention should be called to this unselfish charity more often than in the
past, in order to let this idea take root in Germany—despite
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