The Catholic Worker, Vol. 04, No. 10 (February 1937)



The Catholic Worker, Vol. 04, No. 10 (February 1937)


Auto Workers Have Right to Ask Sole Bargaining Agency
“They Knew Him In The Breaking Of Bread”
Dewey’s Probe of Union Racketeers Service to Labor
Belgian Catholic Youth Warned Against Tenets of ‘Rex’ Organization
Sit-Down Technique Is Legitimate One
Easy Essays by Peter Maurin
Seamen End Strike, Look To Inquiry
N. Y. Post Charges Fink Book Is a Blow To All American Labor
Catholic Students Join PAX Romana
St. Louis Letter
Bishop O’Hara Pays C.W. Visit
Chicago Letter
Social Sermonettes
Need New Legislation For Milk Cooperation
Why We Recite Compline
Day After Day
Catholic Press Month
Letters From Our Readers
A Protest And An Answer On Spain by Stephen Johnson
There Is No Negro Problem
Our C.W. Newsboy Is Critic and Guide For Press Month
The Catholic Theatre by Emmet Lavery
Social Security
The Land
The Case For Ruralism by Dr. O. E. Baker
Farming Commune by James F. Montague
The Granger Homestead



Thomas Merton Center, Sub-Section H.17A: Joseph Zarrella Papers, Accession 1, Series 5: The Catholic Worker newspaper, 4:10.


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