Religion: The Moral Issue

Said thoughtful, eloquent Carl A. Berendsen, New Zealand's Minister to the U.S. and veteran of many a League of Nations conference, at a victory rally in Manhattan:

"The League's failure was a moral failure. The League failed because its members lacked the courage or the sense to do the right; the League failed because of a false and vicious idea that international morality differs in some way from individual morality. . . .

"The supreme problem for every right-thinking man and woman [is] how to establish and maintain the peace of the world, how to abolish for all time this wicked insanity of...

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