Religion: Harmon for Mott

When an international social-religious corporation accumulates some $318,000,000 worth of property, extends its ministrations throughout 56 lands, gains 1,600,000 members, its structure may well become as complex as that of any Big Business. So may its executives tend to be dynamic, important personages—in contrast to the London draper who founded the Young Men's Christian Association in 1844. Nothing demonstrates the Y. M. C. A.'s world position today more than the calibre of Dr. John Raleigh Mott, identified with it ever since he became a student secretary in 1888 when he was...

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