Religion: All Men Are Not Yet Quakers

The Quakers, who like peace but also like to be practical, have quite understandably been worried about troubled U.S.Soviet relations. The American Friends' Service Committee, which shared the 1947 Nobel Peace Prize with its British counterpart, earnestly believes that most worldly problems can be solved by intelligent effort, backed up by good faith.

Early last year a 14-man committee of prominent Quakers began a study of the cold war. They talked things over with high U.S. diplomatic officials and with such visiting Soviet bigwigs as Andrei Gromyko and Jacob Malik. Last week the Quaker proposal, a 28-page report, was delivered to Secretary...

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