The Catholic Worker, Vol. 02, No. 04 (September 1934)

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The Catholic Worker, Vol. 02, No. 04 (September 1934)

Description

CONTENTS:
A Message To The Catholic Action Summer School
Gift From A Friend
Gift From The Enemy
Justice for Negro, Is Catholic Duty, Urges Priest
War Is A Racket, Conscript Capital, Says Gen. Butler
Onion Workers On Strike Jailed and Show Down In Ohio
The Mayor Objects
Politics of Industrialism by Eric Gill
Labor Guild – Catholic Action Not Bolshevik Action
Co-Operatives Success, Farmers Say
A Polish Patriot Championed Negro
Bishop Pleads for Underpaid Workers
San Francisco Strike Not Communist, Says Pittsburgh Catholic Article
Pecan Shellers Under Murderous Conditions, Says Texan Woman
Day After Day
A Disciple of Peter Maurin Speaks
Radicals Created, Not Born, Says Coughlin
In Thanksgiving for His Benefits
Application
Prayers from the Morning Office of Prime
A Negro Protestant Looks at Catholicism by Elmer Anderson Carter
Militarism Pays
A Lament for Today
Letters and Comment
The Catholic Worker Leaflets – An Attempt to Spread the Churche’s Doctrine
Books
Negro Education
Investigators Question Benefits of New Deal
Department of Welfare Describes Its Program
One Worker’s Story by Jane Marra
Sweat Labor in Sugar Beet Fields
Catholics and Socialism
Politics of Industrialism by Eric Gill
A Message from Francis Thompson to the Franciscans
A Third Open Letter to Father Lord, M.Ag (Master Agitator)
NRA Fails to Hel Sweated Lace Makers, Says Labor Board

Date

1934 September

Language

English

Identifier

Thomas Merton Center, Sub-Section H.17A: Joseph Zarrella Papers, Accession 1, Series 5: The Catholic Worker newspaper, 2:4.

Citation

“The Catholic Worker, Vol. 02, No. 04 (September 1934),” Merton Center Digital Collections, accessed July 15, 2020, https://merton.bellarmine.edu/items/show/17823.

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