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Quakers West of the Alleghenies and in Ohio to 1861 , and: Peace Against Justice: A Nineteenth-Century Dilemma of Quaker Conscience , and: Roberts Vaux: A Biography of a Reformer (review)

Quakers West of the Alleghenies and in Ohio to 1861 , and: Peace Against Justice: A... 128QUAKER HISTORY one final chapter, a chapter reflecting his increasing disenchantment with big government, big military, big America. But his growing conservatism in these years never degenerated into the wretched reaction of the red baiters, the cold warriors, and the Vietnam imperialists of the fifties and sixties. His Quakerism must have helped to keep him from such foolishness. For widi all his wide-ranging worldly interests, his enormous and combative energy, and preoccupation with the world of politics, Felix Morley's Friendly background instilled in him that respect for integrity and love of true peace which Quakerism gives to those exposed to it. It is a fascinating account of an intelligent man's reaction to the world which led from McKinley and the first Roosevelt through Woodrow Wilson, Herbert Hoover and Franklin Roosevelt to the rather sorry choices before us today. For the record, I can say that I enjoyed every page of For the Record. Thomas E. Drake James Harris Norton, Quakers West of the Alleghenies and in Ohio to 1861, Ph.D. dissertation, Western Reserve University, 1965. Odell Richardson Reuben, Peace Against Justice: A Nineteenth-Century Dilemma of Quaker Conscience, Ph.D. dissertation, Duke University, R. N. Ryan, Roberts Vaux: A Biography http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Quaker History Friends Historical Association

Quakers West of the Alleghenies and in Ohio to 1861 , and: Peace Against Justice: A Nineteenth-Century Dilemma of Quaker Conscience , and: Roberts Vaux: A Biography of a Reformer (review)

Quaker History , Volume 69 (2) – Apr 4, 1980

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128QUAKER HISTORY one final chapter, a chapter reflecting his increasing disenchantment with big government, big military, big America. But his growing conservatism in these years never degenerated into the wretched reaction of the red baiters, the cold warriors, and the Vietnam imperialists of the fifties and sixties. His Quakerism must have helped to keep him from such foolishness. For widi all his wide-ranging worldly interests, his enormous and combative energy, and preoccupation with the world of politics, Felix Morley's Friendly background instilled in him that respect for integrity and love of true peace which Quakerism gives to those exposed to it. It is a fascinating account of an intelligent man's reaction to the world which led from McKinley and the first Roosevelt through Woodrow Wilson, Herbert Hoover and Franklin Roosevelt to the rather sorry choices before us today. For the record, I can say that I enjoyed every page of For the Record. Thomas E. Drake James Harris Norton, Quakers West of the Alleghenies and in Ohio to 1861, Ph.D. dissertation, Western Reserve University, 1965. Odell Richardson Reuben, Peace Against Justice: A Nineteenth-Century Dilemma of Quaker Conscience, Ph.D. dissertation, Duke University, R. N. Ryan, Roberts Vaux: A Biography

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Published: Apr 4, 1980

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