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Fighter with a Heart: Writings of Charles Owen Rice, Pittsburgh Labor Priest

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Confidant of Phil Murray, John L. Lewis, Mike Quill, Joe Curran, Walter Reuther, and many others, Monsignor Charles Owen Rice knew the labor movement as few others did. A marcher with Martin Luther King, Jr., a demonstrator with H. Rap Brown and Stokely Carmichael, a defender of prisoners, a provider of food and clothing to the poor, and a tireless critic of America's Vietnam involvement, Rice consistently articulated a Catholic vision of social justice and responsibility. Ferociously anticommunist long before Joe McCarthy, this 'most influential labor priest of the cold war era' marked the American labor movement as profoundly as any other single person in this century. Hide synopsis

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