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The Quaker Approach… to Contemporary Problems

Edited by John Kavanaugh

Hardcover: 243 pages
Publisher: G.P. Putnam’s Sons (1953)
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 6 x 1.1 inches
Shipping Weight: 15.4 ounces
Condition: Used/good (minor tears to DJ)

Price: $12.99

Synopsis

Contemporary Affairs Discussed by International Leaders in the Society of Friends, including contributions from Curtis Bok, Kenneth E. Boulding, Howard H. Brinton, Henry J. Cadbury, Howard E. Collier, Henry Van Etten, Harrop A. Freeman, Elmore Jackson, Kathleen Lonsdale, Clarence E. Pickett, Ira De A. Reid, D. Elton Trueblood, Roger C. Wilson, and D. Robert Yarnall. Edited by John Kavanaugh with an introduction by Janet P. Whitney.

No better book than this is available to one who wishes to understand the Quakers. Out of all proportion to their numbers they have made their influence felt, especially through their amazing American Friends Service Committee. Here in this volume of very able statements by Quaker scholars in various realms we are given the gist and essence of the Quaker position.” —Dr. Harry Fosdick, Pastor, Riverside Church, Manhattan

“A 300th Anniversary Volume.”

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Weight 6.6 oz