Philip Berrigan article
Scope and Contents
Collection consists of one article from "The Johns Hopkins News Letter" describing a speech given by peace activist, Philip Berrigan, on the Hopkins campus, February 8, 1973. Berrigan spoke on liberation and contemporary problems in America.
- Creation: 1973 February 8
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Philip Berrigan was a political activist who was an outspoken critic of the Vietnam War. Berrigan was born in 1923, became active in the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, and entered into acts of civil disobedience to protest war and the production of nuclear weapons.
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Collection consists of one article from "The Johns Hopkins News Letter" describing a speech given by peace activist, Philip Berrigan, on the Hopkins campus, February 8, 1973.
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