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A portrait is presented of the Catholic activist Dorothy Day, noted anarchist and editor of The Catholic Worker, through excerpts of talks by John Cogley, W. H. Ferry, Michael Harrington, Ammon Hennacy, Frank K. Kelly, and Robert Woetzel, as well as…

A continuation of the second discussion of the implications of Pacem in Terris for American policies, featuring Abram J. Chayes, John Cogley, Marya Mannes, R. Paul Ramsey, Bayard Rustin, and Harold E. Stassen. [Feb. 1965].

John Cogley leads a Center discussion on the nature and possible impact of Pope John XXIII's encyclical of April 1963, known as Pacem in Terris. May 25, 1963.

John Cogley leads a Center discussion on the nature and possible impact of Pope John XXIII's encyclical of April 1963, known as Pacem in Terris. May 25, 1963.

Walter Millis, military historian and journalist, is interviewed by CSDI staff member John Cogley on the implications of a warless world for a society that has never lived without the institution of war. [ca. 1962].

John Cogley leads a Center staff discussion of the Supreme Court decision on prayers in public schools. Although Mr. Cogley agrees with the narrow findings of the majority decision, he feels the Court might have been wiser not to accept the case…

John Cogley leads a Center staff discussion of the Supreme Court decision on prayers in public schools. Although Mr. Cogley agrees with the narrow findings of the majority decision, he feels the Court might have been wiser not to accept the case…