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HE statements set forth in this and the accompanying volume of the WORLD SURVEY were presented
originally at the World Survey Conference, held at Atlantic City, N. J., January 6 to 9, 1920. As a result of that conference, and in the light of further data derived in the progressive development of the survey, the original statements have been freely revised and expanded. They are, therefore, complete only in the measure that the survey itself is complete, and are here presented not so much as final statements as revised preliminary announcements of the facts thus far revealed by the extensive survey task, much of which is necessarily still being carried on. With the progress of the survey, special problems, particular fields and important phases of work, will demand separate survey statements adequately to present the facts. These statements will be issued as auxiliary survey volumes, and will conform in size and style to the Handy Volume Edition of the WORLD SURVEY. Several auxiliary volumes are already in process of preparation. Others will follow as the need arises. The first of these auxiliary volumes is a manual and guide entitled “How to Study the World Survey. It is a handbook for pastors, teachers and members of study groups who wish to use the WORLD SURVEY as a text book. Intended for use in the class room of school or college, or in missionary circles and young people's societies, it will be found invaluable in making the survey volumes yield the largest amount of important and interesting information. Uniform with the Handy Volume Edition of the WORLD SURVEY at fifty cents a copy, cash with order. Copyright has been secured covering all the survey material here presented. Text, charts, maps and graphs are all included. Persons desiring to reprint any portion of the text or to reproduce any of the illustrations are requested to obtain the necessary permission from the Sales Department, Interchurch World Movement, 45 West 18th Street, New York City. Permission to reprint will be granted only with the understanding that a credit line also be run as follows: “Copyright by Interchurch World Movement of North America; reprinted with permission.'
BY THE INTERCHURCH WORLD
IN TWO VOLUMES
NEW YORK CITY
Denominational and Independent In-