Wallingford, PA : Pendle Hill Publications, 1951.
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The author, a German Quaker, wrote this very good pamphlet in the consciousness of German collective guilt after WWII, and it is totally applicable to our collective guilt in our own day and context. This pamphlet is about guilt, both individual and collective, as a phase of our moral growth, and about the compassion and redemption it can lead us to.
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