Religion: Everybody for Freedom

The President added a ninth point last week to the Roosevelt-Churchill declaration of peace aims—religious freedom. Said he, in transmitting his eight points to Congress: "It is also unnecessary for me to point out that the declaration of principles includes of necessity the world need for freedom of religion."

By declaring this unnecessary, the President acknowledged its necessity, answered the criticism its omission had previously stirred up in religious circles.

> Same day the ungodly Russians tried to cash in on Christianity. The Moscow radio, in its Slovak, Dutch, Rumanian and Bulgarian broadcasts, charged the Nazis with "menacing the very existence...

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