Change! Unite! Fight!



In the summer of 1940, Frank Buchman and his closest devotees retreated to the shores of Lake Tahoe. A year earlier, Moral Re-Armament was the toast of New York, Washington, and Hollywood. Now, the movement’s call for absolute love paled next to total war, and group members in Europe focused on survival rather than sharing. Buchman wanted to rethink the work for this changed world.


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