Religion: Tensions

As its name implies, the National Conference of Jews & Christians is dedicated to tolerance. Last week the N. C. J. C., alarmed because "legitimate differences of opinion as to political events or policies abroad are creating mutual suspicions among religious groups here," urged "Americans of all races and creeds to abjure attempts to arouse one group of the population against another and to reject all propaganda directed against the reputation of any group." The Rev. Dr. Everett Ross Clinchy, a tactful, affable Presbyterian who is N. C. J.C.'s director, reported: "Jewish leaders are considerably worried over the emergence of...

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