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Oral history interview with Thomas Barry

Former Catholic Worker Thomas Barry discusses the Catholic Worker Movement, particularly Peter Maurin's ideas. He speaks about Maurin and Dorothy Day's personalities, and some problems in the rural strains of the Movement. He also shares stories of various Catholic Worker "characters." Interviewed by Deane Mowrer.

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