The Christian Science Monitor, “‘Dorothy Day,’ portrayed by her granddaughter, is a hero but not a saint”

Day was no waif, if still a teenager, and she was ripe to absorb all the humming atmospheres around her. “Marx in the lecture halls. Atheism, anarchism, socialism, vegetarianism, women’s rights, free love, free speech, free thought…. In the Village, poetry, plays and art – the Lyrical Left, also some called it, flourished.”

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