The Buffalo News, “A granddaughter’s portrayal of Dorothy Day”

Get ready now for a few paragraphs that detail the complication that describes Dorothy’s life over the next ten years. In 1917, atheism, anarchism, socialism, vegetarianism, women’s rights, free love, free speech, free thought – all were in the air in New York City’s Greenwich Village, our author writes.

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