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This subject is presented for consideration in view of the fact that a very general misunderstanding exists as to what Friends are from an organization view-point. This is because there is not a unity of thought among the various groups which use the name Friends, as to what we n.re and what we stand for. The situation is brought prominently into view through the fact that it has, in an unfortunate manner, been introduced in the public press; this has been to our confusion before the public generally. An outstanding instance (though not the first by any means) is of recent occurrence. An article appeared in the Liberty Magazine of October 30, 1943, under the heading, "They Call Themselves Friends - And Mean It."
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Mott, Edward, "Friends are a Church" (1944). Historical Quaker Books. 69.