Letters, Jul. 8, 1946

Besides Making Money . . .


Letters of servicemen and ex-servicemen, as well as others, to TIME during the last few months inquire rather pathetically why the postwar U.S. (and the world) is not the marvelous, really Christian postwar society which editorial writers and politicians promised us during the war. The answer is obvious. . . . Society will improve only when the individuals decide to improve . . . morally and spiritually. . . . We of the postwar era are no more tolerant, unselfish, and no more disciplined in our behavior than...

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