Religion: At Lausanne

The present era will be remarkable to future historians for its manifold expressions of an urge to unify human activities on a world-wide scale. This urge had taken clear form in men's minds by the opening of the 20th Century. Dreamers dreamed world Utopias. Statesmen fashioned a league and a court for the world's nations. In Germany and Russia, political reformations of the world were attempted. Scientists planned to blanket the earth with radio power waves from common world generators. Men flew around the world, proposed a world language, spun world-wide business...

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