The Priceless Pearl, Ruhiyyih Khanum, p119
the most powerful and determined opponents of the Faith in the East, who have challenged the very basis of Bahá'u'lláh's Message, . . . have not even hinted at the possibility of the Will being a forged document. They have vehemently attacked its provisions, but never questioned its authenticity. I feel that the greater the publicity given this vital issue, even if it should involve any government, the better for the Cause . . .
I feel pity rather than alarm at the efforts Mrs. White is exerting . . . so great and weighty an issue which she raises, involving as it does the honour of the Cause, is bound sooner or later to be verified . . . I am convinced that the stir she may create will be not detrimental but advantageous to the Faith.
1930-XX-XX to Tudor Pole re effect of Ruth White campaign