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Merton Center Manuscripts:

'Race—peace and rights (miscellaneous papers 1963-1967)'

Race - peace & rights : miscellaneous papers, 1963-1967; Race -- peace & rights

Subjects List

Europe | Resistance movements, 1939-1945
Nuclear warfare | Christianity
Nuclear warfare | Religious aspects
Race relations |
War |
World War, 1939-1945 | Catholic Church
World War, 1939-1945 | Germany
World War, 1939-1945 | Underground movements

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1. Mimeographed Article (Essay) D.2 Merton, Thomas, 1915-1968; unpublished This is a plastic ring-bound mimeographed collection of 16 essays written between 1963 and 1967. Stiff paper wrappers, stamped in silver-gilt. Contains: "Christian Action in World Crisis;" "In Acceptance of the Peace Medal" [elsewhere, "In Acceptance of the Pax Medal - 1963"]; "A Martyr for Peace and Unity (Fr Max Josef Metzger);" The Climate of Merton;" "An Enemy of the State: a Review;" "Christian Ethics and Nuclear War;" The Tragedy of Fr Perrin;" "St Maximus the Confessor on Non-Violence;" "The Answer of Minerva: Pacifism and Resistance in Simon Weil;" Schema Thirteen: an Open Letter to the American Hierarchy;" "Peace and Protest;" "Events and Pseudo-Events: Letter to a Southern Churchman;" "Christianity and Race in the U.S.;" "Christian Humanism;" "The Meaning of Malcolm X;" and "The Hot Summer of Sixty Seven." «detailed view» -->