Talk at Marquette University [sound recording]
Comments made by Dorothy Day. After poems read by Ken Feit and an introduction by Michael Cullen, topics include the Milwaukee 14 and Chicago 15, Catholic worker finances, non-payment of taxes as civil disobedience, and violence in New York City. After the talk, there is an interview by an unknown writer covering the Bible, militants, and the Catholic Worker Movement.
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Credit: The recordings are available for listening in the Vincent Voice Library, Michigan State University, and on the Web.
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