Bingham, Millicent, March 22, 1948
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6. Also, even in Harvard where the celebrated President Elliot would not speak to Miinsterberg, on the outbreak of World War I -- & long before we got in that war -- there is now -- or at Mass. inst. of technology -- not quite, indeed, the same thing -- a Dr. Hauser, [illegible] in Vienna who claims faith is essential & defines it as belief in a higher moral code & an attempt to put it there. That is all very well, but where he goes further & says churches & shrines are the main forces to put it there. I do not agree with him. Perhaps he means organization is necessary. That may be, but labor unions are also organizations. As for me, I live by philsophy -- which
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