Religion: A Brief for the Jews

A statesmanlike program to get a better break for the Jews after the war was launched last week by the American Jewish Congress and the World Jewish Congress, of which not invariably statesmanlike, emotional, politics-dabbling Rabbi Stephen S. Wise is respectively president and chairman. Announced was a project which may be of vast benefit to world Jewry—an Institute of Jewish Affairs to survey the state of Jewry and draft political plans for a more auspicious future.

Four million Jews, or one out of every four in the world, have become victims of oppression. Said Rabbi Wise: "A victory of the democracies will...

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