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  • Collection: Thomas Merton Correspondence with Jim Douglass

1967-07-05.pdf
Correspondence with James Douglass who was known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. Letter to Merton discussing recent articles by Merton.

1967-06-16.pdf
Correspondence with James Douglass who was known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. Letter to Merton regarding Merton's article in Fellowship.

1967-03-29.pdf
Correspondence with James Douglass who was known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. Letter to Merton.

1965-12-07.pdf
Correspondence with James Douglass who was known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. Letter to Merton.

1965-11-16.pdf
Correspondence with James Douglass who was known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. Letter to Merton.

1965-11-03.pdf
Correspondence with James Douglass who was known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. Letter to Merton regarding a newspaper account of self-immolation at the…

1965-10-03.pdf
Correspondence with James Douglass who was known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. Letter to Merton discussing meetings in Rome (re: Second Vatican Council)

1965-09-24.pdf
Correspondence with James Douglass who was known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. Letter to Merton discussing a visit and politics.

1965-07-06.pdf
Correspondence with James Douglass who was known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. Letter to Merton discussing a visit.

1965-06-19.pdf
Correspondence with James Douglass who was known for his theological writing and his activism in the area of non-violent resistance to war and especially nuclear arms. Letter to Merton discussing an upcoming visit to to the Abbey, and planning…
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