Urban Catholicism and Industrial Reform 1937–1940

Thought: Fordham University Quarterly 44 (3):434-450 (1969)
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Although the Association of Catholic Trade Unionists officially accepted Catholic corporate theory, its primary concerns were aiding trade unionism and attacking Communist influence in the labor movement



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