Religion: Amity at Williamstown

Last week, as it does every other year, the National Conference of Christians and Jews held its Institute of Human Relations at Williamstown, Mass., discussed in mani- fold aspects the general theme "Citizenship and Religion." Typical forums were on the Church's relationship to economic reform, legislation, civil liberties, education, entertainment, social welfare.

Even on the prickly problem of Labor, the institute was in harmony. Catholic Missionary Edward L. Stephens asserted that workers have a duty to become members of "free unions, independent of companies, and guided by Christian principles of charity and...

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