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0813334497 Disarmed and Dangerous : the Radical Life and Times of Daniel and Philip Berrigan, Brothers in Religious Faith and Civil Disobedience
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Jesuit Daniel Berrigan and his younger brother Philip (who subsequently left the priesthood) gave Catholic activism a controversial new direction in the 1960s with their militant antiwar protests. Now 75 and 73, the Berrigans continue to speak and act against militarism and violence. This biography addresses criticisms of the brothers as quixotic and intolerant of those who disagree with their tactics, but honors them as an uncompromising moral force. The authors sketch personality differences between Philip, "still political," and the more contemplative Daniel, while focusing primarily on their public life.About the Author:
Murray Polner has had a rich and varied career as a teacher, college professor, writer and editor. He is the author of When Can I Come Home . His writings have also appeared in the New York Times , Newsday , the Washington Post , Commonweal , The Nation , Village Voice and the Boston Globe . He lives in Great Neck, New York.
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