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No Regrets,’ Mooney Tells C. W. Interviewer

Summary: Describes a visit to Tom Mooney who was jailed in 1915 for labor organizing and who spends his days caring for infirm inmates in San Quentin prison. Mooney sees Christ as “a great Leader of the workers who set an example of laying down His life for the poor and dispossessed of this world.” (The Catholic Worker, November 1937, 1. DDLW #326).