Religion: For Peace

The seventh Armistice Day passed. On the Sunday before it, earnest men, in tens of thousands of pulpits, urged world peace.

Said a noted "Liberal": "The club, the spear, the bow and arrow, the gun, the bomb, the gas, the germ. . . . Get that picture! . . . Let us make no pious pretenses of being shocked. This is the logical development of war. . . . America, secluded, secure, satisfied, is tempted to forget. ..."

Said a noted Rabbi: "The six years following the War have not been six years of peace,...

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