As first national chairman of the American Civil Liberties Union, the first professor of Christian ethics at both Boston University and Union Theological Seminary, and a pioneer of dialogs between religion and Marxism, Harry F. Ward led a life marked with many milestones. An advocate of the working-class and the underprivileged, Ward avoided the do

chapter 1|14 pages

Preparatory Years

chapter 2|22 pages

The Little Minister in Vibrant Chicago

chapter 3|18 pages

A Magna Charta for Church-Labor Relations

chapter 4|20 pages

Whirlwinds in Boston

chapter 5|15 pages

Family Rituals and Loyalties

chapter 7|17 pages

The Internationalist Experience

chapter 8|19 pages

Soviet Communism: A New Civilization?

chapter 11|36 pages

The League Against War and Fascism

chapter 13|16 pages

On the Firing Line Every Day

chapter 14|11 pages

The Outrageous Assumption: Jesus and Marx

chapter 15|21 pages

What Needs Now To Be Done?