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Daniel Berrigan. The dark night of resistance. Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday & Company, 1971  

“I remember he [Daniel Berrigan] was the first one I ever heard of speaking about the Vietnam War. And this was way back in the early days. I had hardly caught up with him in relation to the black problem and poverty, and suddenly he was saying, before I had heard anybody else -or I'm sure before I had thought of it myself- thai it was wrong for us to be at war.”

Bernard Galm. Los Angeles art community group portrait: Corita Kent. Los Angeles: Oral History Program, University of California, 1977 (p. 68)

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