NOT a day passes but that, in reading the news of the world, one sees some evidence of "getting together," of more closely cooperating. This need is apparent in every field of human activity, industrial, political, economic; and students of the world's problems agree that this working together can come only through a better understanding of those causes that have tended to separate men rather than to unite them in a common effort to make this a better place to live in.
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