Statesmanship and Religion

Statesmanship and Religion

Statesmanship and Religion

Statesmanship and Religion

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For the past few years we have been going through an economic and social crisis probably as severe as any that our civilization has ever had to face. It has come as a result, in large part, of our failure to learn how to live with abundance. We have conquered great physical obstacles and have taken possession of vast natural resources; we have the man-power, the machine-power, and the technique to convert these resources into a much higher standard of living; yet here we are bogged down for lack of a social machine that will help us distribute, fairly, the fruits of our labor.

The spirit which we employed and which we extolled throughout the expansionist era . . .

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