Conscience and the Portfolios

February 1971
Time;2/15/1971, Vol. 97 Issue 7, p59
The article focuses on the trend of churches handling moral issues through investments. It mentions that the Presiding Bishop John E. Hines of the Episcopal Church will ask General Motors to end its operations in South Africa. Wall Street Lawyer Robert S. Potter is the church's legal aide. Also quoted is the example where Bishop Francisco Reus-Froylan of Puerto Rico convinced the church to hold hearings about the mining project and handled the issue of relocation of displaced farmers.


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