TITLE

Hope amid the Social Unrest

PUB. DATE
March 1931
SOURCE
America;3/21/1931, Vol. 44 Issue 24, p565
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
The author reflects on the idea of not losing hope despite of the social unrest. According to the author, in order to solve economic problems, capital and labor and the employer and the employee must work in order to exemplify that their relations will never be at peace without justice and charity. The author notes that when men are often sneered at for correct marriage ideas, the qualities needed include love and loyalty to one's family and patient resignation despite of the difficulties being encountered at work.
ACCESSION #
35472430

 

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