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Oral history interview with Hélène Iswolsky

Hélène Iswolsky discusses Peter Maurin, Dorothy Day, and her involvement with the Catholic Worker Movement. She talks about how she first became aware of the Movement and when she first met Day and Maurin. She talks about her relationship with Day and her impressions of her. She also discusses Christianity and religion in Russia. Interviewed by Deane Mowrer.

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