Religion: Noble Pacifist

England's great families furnish able politicians. Unlike great U. S. families, they also turn out great churchmen. Famed for political leaders is the house of Cecil, whose Lord Burghley served Queen Elizabeth and whose Marquess of Salisbury served Queen Victoria. Four of the great Salisbury's sons went into politics—the late Lord Edward (Egypt), the present Marquess (see p. 13), Lord Hugh (House of Commons), Lord Robert (League of Nations). A fifth son went into the church. Last September U. S. hostesses fluttered, U. S. churchmen threw open their pulpits, at the arrival of...

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