National Affairs: The Hungry and Naked

"O Lord, bless the young," was the prayer of Anitsa Sheulic, little Yugoslavian girl, "make them sympathize with all living creatures and all human things. . . . Thus there shall be no hungry and naked children through the whole world; there shall be no more wars or any slaves among us, only brethren helping each other."

Anitsa Sheulic's prayer was read at the opening of the American Red Cross's 1938 convention. Last week it was still timely. As the Red Cross, in the 75th anniversary of its founding, got its annual Roll Call...

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