The Catholic Worker, Vol. 02, No. 06 (November 1934)



The Catholic Worker, Vol. 02, No. 06 (November 1934)


Capital’s Last Stand Shown by Lockout Tactic
A Message to Our Readers
Sheriffs Protect Property Not Life In United States
Friendship House In New Catholic Front in Toronto
German Priest Tells of Seamen’s Work in Europe
Longshoremen Held On Fake Murder Charges
Negro Group Pickets A.F. of L. for Jim Crow Labor Polices
The Forgotten Man—Carl Schmitt by D. Powell
Spirit of True Christian Brotherhood Shown in Don Bosco Institutes
Labor Guild
Workers Give Labor To Church Project
Necessities of Life Must Be as Free As Water to All
Human Rehabilitation by Peter Maurin
Convert’s Story of Exploitation In Housework Job
Beet Sugar Contract Shows Child Labor Is Controllable
Fascism of Communism Nearer Than in 1933, Says Priest-Educator
Divining the Workers
Preface for Masses of the Dead
Not Pacifism
Memoirs of a Newsboy
The Dignity of Labor
Letters and Comment
Day After Day
Harlem Kids Learn Liturgy and Drawing
Mexican Woman Teacher Tells of Brave Struggle and Personal Sacrifice
Seminarian Reports on communists’ Zeal
Religious Educator Leaves to Control Investor’s League
U.S. Priest is Named A Member of Select International Group
Chicago Mayor Promises To Uphold Constitution In Jim Crow School Fight
Negro Street Plays in U.S. Bring Church to Pagans
City Unemployment Sends Many Back to Farms
Justice for Workers, Not Birth-Control
Book Reviews



Thomas Merton Center, Sub-Section H.17A: Joseph Zarrella Papers, Accession 1, Series 5: The Catholic Worker newspaper, 2:6.


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