Religion: Dynamic Friends

Even the peace-loving Quakers had their say last week about the peace that should follow the war (and the sooner the better, they said).

Through their famed American Friends Service Committee, they urged that it would be "easier to start rebuilding the world now" than "after more years of destruction and exhaustion." They declared that peace was "not a static condition to be attained after the defeat of those who disturb it," but "a dynamic method by which to remove injustices, accomplish necessary readjustments, and remedy the evils."

To that end they put forward a...

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