Beliefs and Principles of the John Birch Society

(1962)

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With very few exceptions the members of the John Birch Society are deeply religious people. A member’s particular faith is entirely his own affair. Our hope is to make better Catholics, better Protestants, better Jews—or better Moslems—out of those who belong to society. Our never-ending concern is with morality, integrity and purpose. Regardless of the differences between us in creed and dogma, we all believe that man is endowed by a Divine Creator with an innate desire and conscious purpose to improve both his world and himself. We believe that the direction which...


Source: Cong. Rec., 87th Congress, 2nd Session, June 12, 1962.

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