Canada, Debbie
January 2011
New American (08856540);1/10/2011, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p31
The article offers information related to righteousness and generosity in the U.S. On December 17, 1933, an advertisement appeared in the "Canton Repository" newspaper, under pseudonym B. Virdot, offered cash gifts to needy families in exchanges for letters describing their financial problems and how they would use the money. Two students from Snowden International School tried to return the more than $1,000 worth of Money- Gram money orders to the owner who accidentally dropped it.


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