John B. Brown was a student at Union Theological Seminary in New York at the time of his writing to Merton (Source: The Road to Joy, p. 369).
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See published letter from Merton to John B. Brown in The Road to Joy, p. 369.
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||TLS to Merton
||I am reading your book, Conjectures of a Guilty Bystander, which I find both informative and
|| C. S. Lewis and Merton / thesis topic - race relations - possibility of racial war or apartheid / could race war be carried out in the name of Christianity by white racists?
||TL[c] from Merton
||Thanks for your kind letter. I am certainly happy to think that so sound a judge as C.S.Lewis found
|| possibility of racial violence and apartheid police state - suggests writing to John Howard Griffin on this subject