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MERTON'S CORRESPONDENCE WITH:
Gendler, Everett, Rabbi

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Record Group: Section A - Correspondence

Dates of materials: 1962

Volume: 1 item(s); 1 pg(s)

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Biography

Rabbi Everett Gendler was a Jewish religious leader involved in the anti-war movement and the Civil Rights movement who worked closely with Rabbi Abraham Heschel and Martin Luther King in the later. He was later described as "the father of Jewish environmentalism".

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See also Cold War Letter #111 published in Witness to Freedom, p. 69.

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SeriesDateTypeTo/FromFirst LinesPubFull TextNotes
 1962/10/no transcriptfrom MertonMy first reaction to the Peace Hostage Exchange was to try to think of some way in which I could  [xerox from published letter - for more on the "Peace Hostage Exchange," see the "James, Stephen D." file]
        

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