THROUGHOUT the centuries men have endeavored to obtain an income which would be constant and adequate to meet their needs. Many, however, have found that mere human effort has not brought permanent security and that the human concept of business has resulted in selfish competition, striving, uncharitableness, limitation, and lack.
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