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Signs of the Times
From an editorial in the Saturday Review, adapted from Chapter I, World Business: Promise and Problems, Macmillan, 1970.
[© 1969 Saturday Review, Inc.] New York, New York
Seldom in the annals of man has there been a time when the unusual has become so commonplace. Change is ubiquitous in the environment; it surrounds man; he cannot escape. Looked at from the broad perspective of time, the world may be in the midst of one of those historical periods when a ground swell of change occurs in attitudes that has major significance for the entire human condition....
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Man Is No Stranger
RONALD GRAY WALKER
The Teacher and Spiritual Touch
SALLY ANN DEGNAN
THE WALK TO EMMAUS
He Is Keeping an Eye on Me
RICHARD LE PELLEY
EDITH P. SWANSON
B. Lois McKay
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Stephanie N. Darras
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Mary Walls Kuhl with contributions from Leah Lathrop Walls
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Ethel E. Havers with contributions from Elsa L. Williams
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