Senator Hoar, in his address at the opening of the Unitarian Conference in Saratoga, called attention to the remarkable unanimity of the recognition of President MeKinley's character and habit as representative of the true Christian life. "Men of all Christian sects," he said, "are taking this occasion to declare what it is that makes the true Christian, what sort of example men ought to imitate, and what entitles them to the favor of God.
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