The pastor of the New Castle, Indiana, Friends Meeting writes about ""WASP-land"" (White Anglo-Saxon Protestantism) and the middle-class people who make up the majority of the members of American Protestant Churches. He believes they hold the key to most of the social problems that plague our time--race, poverty, prejudice. What he has to say is mostly homiletic in tone. He does not write as an expert in any of these fields, but is content simply to reflect upon, not these problems in themselves, but upon the attitudes of the people among whom he ministers. The result is not anything particularly new, but something of a tract on middle-class timidity and irresponsibility.