Six basic problems continue to confront humanity with opportunity for progress: the psychological rehabilitation of the nations; the problem of the children of the world; the problem of capital, labour and employment; the problem of the racial minorities; the problem of the churches; the problem of international unity and the equitable distribution of the world's resources. Recognition of causes within these problems, however, provides opportunity to those who love and serve their fellowmen. The text of Problems of Humanity was first published in pamphlet form immediately after the World War II. It was intended to show the acute problems existing in seven main areas of human life following the devastating experience of global warfare. The present edition of Problems of Humanity, published in 1964, is revised and edited to eliminate all out-of-date facts and information. It also includes an index for easy reference to subjects in this book.
|Publisher:||Lucis Publishing Company|
|Edition description:||3RD AND RE|
|Product dimensions:||4.33(w) x 6.69(h) x (d)|
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