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a member of the Religious Society of Friends founded by George Fox (the Friends have never called themselves Quakers)
  • Two years earlier, a Quaker professor of dendrology from the University of Washington named Floyd W. Schmoe, driven, apparently, by deep urges for expiation and reconciliation, had come to Hiroshima, assembled a team of carpenters, and, with his own hands and theirs, begun building a series of Japanese-style houses for victims of the bomb; in all, his team eventually built twenty-one.
    Five — The Aftermath (6% in)

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