Religion: Truth Salesman

"My line is leather," said the English salesman to the American in the railway carriage "What's yours?" The average-looking American looked up and smiled. "Truth," he replied.

This week Truth Salesman David Elton Trueblood, 53, got the biggest selling job of his life. He was appointed chief of Religious Policy for the U.S. Information Agency. As such, he will be in charge of one of the busiest, farthest-flung and least-known religious enterprises in the world.

To 119 posts in 77 countries the International Press Service of U.S.I.A. sends reprints of religious articles, news and...

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