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[Churchman.]

Apart from the machinery of a national election, and leaving aside the opportunity it gives for promoting the career of the professionalized politician, the movement en masse of a people preparing to exercise their vote is an altruistic movement. At such a time, when the ideal foundations of society are laid bare, is the Christian church called upon to take its share in promoting social right thinking and right living, or is it bound to stand aside, fearful lest the objection to the intermixture of ecclesiastical and political life damage the cause for which it stands?

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