Talk at Peacemaker Conference [sound recording]
Informal talk by Dorothy Day at the Conference held in Tivoli, N.Y., in 1974. After discussing Peter Maurin's ideas and philosophies at length, Day discusses land trusts as a way of securing land to do good. Also discussed are Eugene Debs and a recent trip to Kansas
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