Religion: Intolerant Mutterings

Last week the Greater New York Fund—community chest for 380 Catholic, Protestant, Jewish health and welfare bodies—held a dinner to rally workers. Its 1939 campaign goal: $10,000,000. Speech of the evening was made by that most coherent of speechmaking bankers, Thomas William Lament. Banker Lament did not speak of sweet charity alone. On his mind was something currently bothering many a man of good will. Said he:

"In this campaign of ours we have a strong, practical demonstration of neighborliness and tolerance. How vastly different, by way of contrast, is our situation from that...

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