“Why, it’s a bill of sale, signed by John Fosdick,” said the man, “making over to you the girl Lucy and her child.
Several years prior, it was Harry Emerson Fosdick who voiced a new thought about self-transformation.
Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Texas reported that Wright and his co-conspirators, Shane Gordon and Raymond Fosdick, both of Houston, and Edward Delima, of Honolulu, Hawaii, acquired luxury goods, insured them for more than they paid for them, and subsequently destroyed the items in order to reap insurance proceeds.
Harry Emerson Fosdick, liberal pastor of the Riverside Church in New York City, wrote that he personally “was “strongly influenced by him [Rauschenbusch].” (17) He said that Rauschenbusch had “made a momentous appeal to the social conscience of the Christian churches in the early 1900s.” (18) Rauschenbusch’s influence clearly remained with Fosdick, perhaps the most influential minister of his era.
As Raymond Fosdick explained, “the senior Rockefeller’s basic principle of helping people to help themselves governed the General Education Board through a greater part of its history.” (19)
By Raymond Fosdick and Albert Scott Originally published in 1933 Re-released by the Center for Alcohol Policy
The best description of hate comes from Preacher Henry Emerson Fosdick: ‘Hating people is like burning down your own house to get rid of a rat.’
* “Liberty is always dangerous, but it is the safest thing we have.” – Harry Emerson Fosdick
Photo documentation by Helen Winkler Fosdick. On wall, right: Charles Ross, Star Axis, 1971-.
Though the strip primarily dealt with the exploits of Li’l Abner, Daisy Mae, and the other denizens of Dogpatch, Capp would sometimes take a break from that storyline to tell tales (or in some cases, just a panel or two) of L’il Abner’s favorite comic book character, police detective Fearless Fosdick.
(2) Both of these calls to secure white futurity crossed the desk of Raymond Fosdick, head of the War Department’s Commission on Training Camp Activities (CTCA).