The Catholic Worker, Vol. 01, No. 04 (September 1933)



The Catholic Worker, Vol. 01, No. 04 (September 1933)


The Listener
Pennsylvania Miners End Bitter Strike—Await Coal Code
N.Y. Milk Strikers Ask for Greater Share of Profits
Easy Essays by Peter Maurin
What You Can Do For Social Justice
Neighborhood Council in Action
The Catholic League For Social Justice by Michael O’Shaughnessy
Radio Talk Outlines Church Farm Plan
Workers Barred From Hall
Event of the Month
News from Manresa
Conversation with a Garage Man
“Catholic News” Article Tells of Council’s Work
The Pope’s Solution by Michael Gunn
Conversation on a Street Car
Catholics Gather Large Wall Street Audience
Book Review
Exploitation By The Land Monopoly
The Holy Year
On The Love of God
Strikes and Violence Two Separate Things
Twelve Pages
The Shame of Alabama
No Continuing City: Chapter One of an Unfinished Novel IV (Continued) by Dorothy Day
Communists Seek Entry To Negro Churches
Grade School Economics by Edward Dunn, C.C.N.Y.
Timber and Cannon Fodder by Katherine Burton
One Man’s Work
N.A.A.C.P. Wins Fight On Negro Exploitation by Levee Contractors
The Labor Guild by Michael P. Gunn
Humor Enters the Coal Strike
Letters and Comment
Under the Crusader Flag
Many Code Violations Reported From South
Communists Oppose Round Table Sponsor
Not Only Tammany!



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


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