Religion: Brotherhood of Man

For 46 years Indianapolis has been experimenting with the Brotherhood of Man. It works. The experiment's site is Planner House,* a center in which white men and black have worked together, have followed the commandment "Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself." Indianapolitans believe that Planner House helped their city escape wartime racial troubles: all the explosive elements were present, but the fuse was lacking.

This week on Founder's Day Flanner House will dedicate a new health center. It will also record what it has done to meet the 20th-century problems of housing,...

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