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In these days of fast-moving events it is essential that people, if they are to be well informed, maintain familiarity with important world occurrences as well as the background surrounding them. Failure to do so deprives them of knowledge and understanding with which they can contribute to the progress and welfare of humanity. But by being familiar with world events, they become aware of the practical problems current in the culture and activities of the various segments of world society. The basic knowledge of the world's problems, at home and abroad, is an important step toward helping to solve them.

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Doing Our Part
July 21, 1962

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