Carl L. Kline, M.D., was a doctor serving in Wausau, Wisconsin, when he wrote this letter to Merton.
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See also Cold War Letter #87, published in Witness to Freedom, p. 56.
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||TLS[x] to Merton
||For a number of months I have been avidly reading your articles in Fellowship,
|| articles in Fellowship, The Progressive and The Catholic Worker / tragedy of Christians tolerating war, and especially, the clergy not speaking out against war
||transcript from Merton
||I want to thank you warmly for your appreciative letter. It means a lot to receive such reactions
|| [copied from published letter] problem of "secularization of religion" - on drawing spiritual meaning from life / sending mimeograph of unpublished book on war [Peace in a Post-Christian Era]