The settlements early founded their educational theories upon a conviction that in every social grade and class in the whole circle of genuine occupations there are mature men and women of moral purpose and specialized knowledge, may contribute enrichment to the pattern of human culture. Education through the discussion of social developments, took place in regard to the problem of race relations when the industrial needs of war-time and the immigration restriction following the war, resulted in a great increase of Negroes in the urban populations throughout the country. The event suddenly transforms abstract social idealism into violent political demands, entangling itself with the widest human aspiration. The educator dealing with religious topics often finds that young people receive his statements with polite attention, but when it comes to action, carefully imitate the really desirable world inhabited by successful men of affairs.