Address delivered to the Marquette Faculty Association for Interracial Justice and Students United for Racial Equality at Marquette University. Drinan argues for the continuation of the non-violent direct action that marked the first ten years of the civil rights movement.
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Drinan, Robert F. , S.J., "Reflections on the First Decade of the Freedom Movement (1955-1965): The Changing Role of the Christian in an Era of Non-Violent Direct Action" (1965). Law School Publications. 138.