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Day, Dorothy (1897–1980)

Dorothy Day is best known as the cofounder of the Catholic Worker movement. In 1932, Day and Peter Maurin established a radical, pacifist organization rooted in the Catholic tradition that provides direct services to the poor and promotes social justice through ...

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