How to Carry Out a Conviction

September 1967
Time;9/29/1967, Vol. 90 Issue 13, p57
The article focuses on the proposal of Episcopal Church Bishop John E. Hines that the church should spend 3 million dollars a year in poverty programs for urban issues such as racial crisis in the U.S. It says that Hines also invited other faith groups to join the Episcopalian effort. It relates that the Episcopal Society for Cultural and Racial Unity, an anti segregationist group supports his proposal, however, the Episcopalians saw few pitfalls in the bishop's poverty campaign.


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