Synopses & Reviews
Stephen Cary's life and thought reveal the leadership and philosophy that mirror the Quaker experience in the latter half of the twentieth century. Disposed to help the powerless, Friends moved from an orientation of relief work to exploring the conditions that give rise to peace and justice. This book documents important history of Haverford College and the American Friends Service Committee and reveals the humor and philosophy of a leader in the Society of Friends. A groundbreaking book on Quaker history in education and peace witness.