ONE HUMANITY by Howard E. Kershner


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A plea for better understanding of the problem of starving Europe and of the practicability of putting into operation some humane procedure to prevent the destruction of the coming generation. He presents an appalling picture of conditions, he outlines the plans which were under way and which were taking care of thousands of children in schools and in colonies and in internment centers, before the blockade was drawn so tight that neither the Friends nor the Red Cross could continue, except in Greece. An analysis of the arguments against it -- and the answers. Dr. Kershner speaks authoritatively as former Director of the American Friends Service Committee.

Publisher: Putnam