The Catholic Worker, Vol. 04, No. 09 (January 1937)

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Title

The Catholic Worker, Vol. 04, No. 09 (January 1937)

Description

CONTENTS:
C. W. Faced With Eviction
Open Letter to Union Leaders, Especially Joseph P. Ryan
Government Kicks Sharecroppers Off Louisiana Land
Open Letter to a Catholic Shipowner; Mutual Trust Needed
Use Terrorism Upon Seamen
Hitlerism Comes To New Jersey Docks
After 20 years Mooney Close to Justification
Easy Essays by Peter Maurin
Cooperative Strike Endangers Movement
Obliged to Help Seamen, Says New Orleans Priest
Mott Street Breakfasts for Ambassadors From the Gods
“PAX”
Some Thoughts on Machinery by Phillips Temple
From Xmas Message of Pius XI
Employers Admit Superiority of Men to Machines
Father McKeon Writes of Splendid Work in Philly
Plays
Book Reviews
We’re Broke Again
Epistle From Feast of St. Polycarp, Jan. 26
Day After Day
Hotel New Yorker by Rev. Paul Bussard
In Defense of Defense
Letters From Our Readers
Milk Co-operatives Fight Capitalists
The Chicago Letter
Vincent Pallotti
Stanley Reports on steel Vineyards
Student Magazine Full of Important Material
Cardinal on Communism
Chinses Missionary
There Is No Negro Problem!
So-Called Communists by Peter Maurin
Farming Commune

Date

1937 January

Language

English

Identifier

Thomas Merton Center, Sub-Section H.17A: Joseph Zarrella Papers, Accession 1, Series 5: The Catholic Worker newspaper, 4:9.

Citation

“The Catholic Worker, Vol. 04, No. 09 (January 1937),” Merton Center Digital Collections, accessed September 22, 2019, https://merton.bellarmine.edu/items/show/17860.

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