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Williams, Claude Closey

Religion, barrier or bridge to a people's world? A handbook for progressive leaders. This pamphlet is based on a speech given in New York on Dec. 29, 1945, at the National Convention of the People's Institute of Applied Religion, by Director Claude Williams

People's Institute of Applied Religion, Birmingham, AL. 1947, 64p., wraps with a trace of wear, paper slightly browned. Rev. Williams, born and first active in Tennessee, was a radical Christian Socialist who specialized in training Black and white labor activists and in the 1960s was active in the civil rights movement.

Cat.No: 6894

Price: $95.00

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