Religion: Who's a Problem?

Don't generalize about returning veterans—and don't think of them as a "problem." This advice to U.S. civilians comes from an old (27 years' service) Army man: Brigadier General Luther D. Miller, new chief of chaplains. Last week Chaplain Miller told the Religious News Service how to avoid "a bad beginning" with the boy who comes home:

''Exposure to danger and the assumption of hourly and daily responsibilities have made him older than his years. Treat this as a fact but not as a problem. . . . He will not fit a generalization. He may be coming from the swampy, malaria-infected South...

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