Let This Life Speak: The Legacy of Henry Joel Cadbury

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Index
Abrams, Ray, Preachers Present Arms, 55n
academic freedom, 42, 46, 48, 54-55, 114-16, 121, 165
Ackworth school, 94
Acts of the Apostles, 20
Samuel Adams school, 166
Addams, Jane, 29, 57 agnosticism, 24, 117, 218
Allen, Richard, 120
All Friends Conference, 63, 111. See also Friends World Conference
Alps, 18, 25, 100-01
American Civil Liberties Union, 114, 142
American Friends Fellowship Council, 122
American Friends Service Committee, 9, 38-41, 81-86, 100-103, 138-40, 186-89, 218; Algerian Resettlement Program, 197; anniversaries, 85-86, 144, 161, 182, 202; board chairman, 82, 99, 138-40, 187, 204; child feeding in Appalachia, 84; child feeding in Germany, 58-61; Civil Liberties Committee, 165; community relations, 82, 86, 102, 188; Darmstadt ( Germany) center, 163, 181; family planning, 84, 198, 205; Information Services, 66, 152, 160, 197; international centers, 72, 82, 98, 100- 101; international conferences and seminars, 183-84; institutional service units, 153; Kranichstein center ( Germany), 163; Mission to the Gestapo, 123; Mission to Great Britain and Germany, 128-29; Nobel Peace Prize, x, 2, 147-51; nuclear testing, 183; peace education, 85, 122, 155, 160, 186, 189, 204; reconstruction in France, 39, 50, 59; refugee children in U.S., 127; refugee relief in France, 127; refugee relief in Russia, 39, 51, 155; refugee relief in Spain, 123; regional orifices, 140, 154, 159, 189; relief during Marion, N.C. strike, 84; relocation of German Jews, 105, 123, 126-27; relocation of Japanese- Americans, 137; School Afffiliation Service, 189; Steps to Peace, 159; The United States and the Soviet Union, 155, 157; Vietnam program, 200, 205; war tax suit, ix, x, 209-10
American Indians, 135, 146, 215
American Philosophical Society, 158
American Relief Administration, 57, 84
American School of Oriental Research, 91, 99-100
American Theological Society, 126
Amman ( Jordan), "The Oldest Philadelphia", 100
Amsterdam, 2, 93, 94
Andover Creed, 19, 77
Andover-Harvard Theological Library, 20, 107

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