Thirty Eight Thousand Miles of Impressions
1925. Hall, the American philosopher, in over a period of 20 years of dynamic public activity, has steadfastly sought recognition of the belief that world civilization can only be perfected when human beings meet on a common ground of intelligence, cooperation and worthy purpose. Thirty-Eight Thousand Miles of Impressions is divided into two sections. The first consists of letters written by Hall during his travels in various parts of Asia, Egypt and the Holy Land. The second section expresses his views on basic problems of human relationships. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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