Poverty and the Christian commitment [sound recording]
Formal remarks made by Dorothy Day at New York University's social action forum, mainly concerning Peter Maurin and the Catholic Worker Movement, communal living, the Vietnam War, and conscientious objection. A lengthy question and answer session follows, covering these topics as well as labor unions, war contracts, and governmental anti-poverty programs
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