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Day After Day – November 1934

Summary: Observations about the hardships of Mother Seton, the gift of thirty dozen eggs, the oppression of a steelworker, and an accident befalling three poor boys. Recommends nursery schools so mothers can work and not be separated from their children by the city. A book review of Calverton’s The Passing of the Godswhich is dismissed as “the shallowest book of the month.” (The Catholic Worker, November 1934, 6. DDLW #283).