Signs of the Times

[Chancellor Elmer Ellsworth Brown, as quoted in the New York Times, New York]

The Sermon on the Mount cannot be driven out of commercial life. You cannot drive it out of the government. It will not stay outside. The aspirations of mankind, humane and spiritual, will not be quieted, they will not be ignored. The Golden Rule comes up in every factory and business office. The spirit of brotherhood comes prophesying before our executives and legislatures, with its unfathomable messages. . . . Governments must expect that ideals of . . . beauty, majesty, and elevation will everlastingly confront them, will adjure them to embrace the aims and policies of the millennium. That is inevitable.

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