The Catholic Worker, Vol. 41, No. 06 (July-August 1975)



The Catholic Worker, Vol. 41, No. 06 (July-August 1975)


Bromleys Face Eviction for Tax Resistance by Peggy Scherer
UFW Urges: Continue Gallo Boycott – A response to Ernest Gallo by Cesar Chaves, President of UFW, AFL-CIO
On Pilgrimage by Dorothy Day
St. Joseph House by Susan Weimer
A Woman in Prison – Searching for a Home
Community of the Ark: Work, Prayer, and Resistance
Gog and Magog in the Nuclear Age by R. Scott Kennedy
A Letter to the IRS by Rev. John P. Egan
We Go on Record: the CW Response to Hiroshima by Dorothy Day
Nonviolent Resistance Grows in Spain by Craig Simpson
Notes and Commentary
Tivoli: a Farm With a View by Deane Mary Mowrer
The Orchard at Tivoli by Joseph Geraci
Poem by Patrick Duran



Thomas Merton Center, Sub-Section H.17A: Joseph Zarrella Papers, Accession 1, Series 5: The Catholic Worker newspaper, 41:6.


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