Rubottom, R.R. (b. 1912) to Leonard V. Fulton
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Rubottom responds to a letter from Fulton written during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Rubottom shares a concern about the world and the future. He notes that all three of his children are October babies and during the holidays the family spent a lot of time discussing world and human problems. He writes that man should attempt to "develop deeper spiritual understanding and recognize man's proper relationship in God's scheme" in order to be better prepared to address the world's problems.
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