Bishop Oxnam is an outstanding Methodist but his influence goes far beyond any one or church. He has been a delegate to most of the World Conferences, Peace Missions, etc. He is one of the men actively concerned with the basis of a just and durable peace, and his lectures reach nearly 100,000 teachers every year. In this book he outlines the basis for a common brotherhood, a peace that will be permanent because it will have gone deep into the heart of the social and economic problems, as well as international. It will be a peace based on social justice, hard fought and high priced. Social workers, teachers, clergy will find interesting material here.