"Settle It Right"

September 1919
America;9/20/1919, Vol. 21 Issue 24, p596
The article discusses the judgment of Pope Leo XIII on achieving social and economic reforms. It states that the Pope believes that it is hopeless unless the world returns to the principles of Christianity. It cites Abraham Lincoln's idea that a conflict is never settled until it is settled right. It mentions that settlement should not ignore truth and justice. It further states that the attainment of peace, order lies on men's willingness to adjust differences based upon truth.


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