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Edward Furnas Snyder

Snyder—Edward Furnas Snyder, 90, on August 12, 2016, in Bar Harbor, Maine, after a brief, rapid decline, surrounded in his […]

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Some Musings on Pacifism

The excellent contributions on the events of September 11 in the December Friends Journal prompt these musings on “pacifism,” a […]

Edward F. Snyder is executive secretary emeritus of FCNL, and represented FCNL from 1955 to 1990. He is a member of Acadia (Maine) Friends Meeting.

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FCNL’S 50th Jubilee: A Look Back

s I look back over FCNL’s first 50 years, the past, the present, and the future merge, separate, and reconnect. […]

Ed Snyder, FCNL's executive secretary emeritus, completed 35 years with FCNL in 1990. He and his wife, Bonnie, now life in Bar Harbor in his home state of Maine, where they are members of Acadia Friends Meeting. He is clerk of the newly formed Friends Committee on Maine Public Policy.

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Diane Randall presenting the 2015 Edward F. Snyder Peace Award for National Legislative Leadership to Senator Richard Durbin (IL). Photo courtesy of FCNL.

Why Friends Are Needed in Politics

We can avoid partisan rhetoric to speak and act on the truth we know.

Diane Randall serves as executive secretary of Friends Committee on National Legislation and worships with Friends across the country. She is a member of Hartford (Ct.) Meeting, sojourning with her husband, Roger Catlin, at Langley Hill Meeting in McLean, Va.

Posted in: Features, January 2016: Quakers and the Political Process
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Some Thoughts on Consequences

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Soviet Changes, U.S. Response

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FCNL Statement to the U.S. Senate Regarding Prayer in Public Schools

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Six Reasons for Hope for Peace

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A National Peace Academy

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Forum: Ethics‐A Cry of Conscience Against “Lifeboat Ethics,”

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