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Michael Harrington attempts a redefinition of the terms 'capitalism,' 'socialism,' and 'communism,' since these words have served political ends for so long that the theories on which these systems are based have been taken as descriptions of the…

Michael Harrington attempts a redefinition of the terms 'capitalism,' 'socialism,' and 'communism,' since these words have served political ends for so long that the theories on which these systems are based have been taken as descriptions of the…

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…

The Center's Michael Harrington talks about the interrelationship between poverty and other social ills which impact the poor simultaneously. Feb. 18, 1964.

The Center's Michael Harrington talks about the interrelationship between poverty and other social ills which impact the poor simultaneously. Feb. 18, 1964.

The Center's Michael Harrington and W. H. Ferry are joined by Frank Keegan, of Georgetown University, for a discussion about utopias and their opposites. Aug. 27, 1964.

Associated with the Fund for the Republic since 1954, Mr. Harrington examines the early influences that led him to his many contributions to revolutionary thought in America, in this conversation with John Cogley. Aug. 1965.

Associated with the Fund for the Republic since 1954, Mr. Harrington examines the early influences that led him to his many contributions to revolutionary thought in America, in this conversation with John Cogley. Aug. 1965.