Table of contents for Cold War letters / Thomas Merton ; edited by Christine M. Bochen and William H. Shannon.

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Foreword by James Douglass
Introduction by William H. Shannon
COLD WAR LETTERS
Preface by Thomas Merton
1. To Etta Gullick, Oxford
2. To John C. Heidbrink, Nyack, N.Y.
3. To Paulo Alceu Amoroso Lima, Rio de Janeiro
4. To Maynard Shelby, Newton, Kan. 
5. To Erich Fromm, Mexico City
6. T. John Tracy Ellis, Washington
7. To Lawrence Ferlinghetti, San Francisco
8. To Bruno Schlesinger, Notre Dame
9. To Archbishop Thomas Roberts, London
10. To Ethel Kennedy, Washington
11. To Dorothy Day, New York
12. To Edward Deming Andrews, Pittsfield, Mass.
13. To Josiah G. Chatham, Jackson, Miss.
14. To Etta Gullick, Oxford
15. To Jeanne Burdick, Topeka
16. To Robert Lax
17. To Clare Boothe Luce, New York
18. To Walter Stein, Leeds, England
19. To Jean Goss-Mayr, Vienna
20. To Sister Th¿r¿se Lentfoehr, Wisconsin
21. To Gordon Zahn, Chicago
22. To Sister Emmanuel de Souza y Silva, O.S.B., Petr¢polis, Brazil
23. To John Ford, S.J., Washington 
24. To Mary Childs Black, Williamsburg
25. To Victor Hammer
26. To James H. Forest, New York
27. To W. H. Ferry, Santa Barbara
28. To Evora Arca de Sardinia
29. To Elsa Englander, Linz, Austria
30. To John Tracy Ellis, Washington
31. To James H. Forest, New York
32. To Frank J. Sheed, New York
33. To Edward Rice, New York
34. To Bruno P. Schlesinger, Notre Dame
35. Karl Stern, Montreal
36. To James Roy Newman, Washington
37. To Rabbi Zalman Schacter, Winnipeg
38. To John C. Heidbrink, Nyack, N.Y.
39. To W.H. Ferry, Santa Barbara
40. To Robert Lax, New York
41. To Rabbi Steven Schwarzschild, Boston
42. To Mother Angela of the Eucharist, O.C.D., Carmel in Louisville
43. To Tashi Tshering, Seattle
44. To Ad Reinhardt, New York
46. To Steve Eisner, Detroit
47. To Justus George Lawler, Chicago
48. To W.H. Ferry, Santa Barabara
49. To the editors of Commonweal
50. To W.D., Oyster Bay
51. To Sister M. Madeleva, Notre Dame
52. To Herbert Mason, Gorham, Me. 
53. To John Tracy Ellis, Washington
54. To Gerald Landry, Glen Garden, N.J.
55. To John Tracy Ellis, Washington
56. To Czeslaw Milosz, Berkeley
57. To Thomas J. Liang, Oakland
58. To Frank J. Sheed, New York
59. To Kilian McDonnell, Trier
60. To Justus George Lawler, Chicago
61. To James H. Forest, Hart?s Island (prison)
62. To Thomas McDonnell, Boston
63. To Etta Gullick, Oxford
64. To Thomas McDonnell, Boston
65. To Allan Forbes, Jr., Philadelphia
66. To Roger de Ganck, Belgium
67. To Abdul Aziz, Pakistan
68. To Leo Szilard, Washington
69. To James H. Forest, New York
70. To Justus George Lawler, Chicago
71. To Victor Hammer, Lexington, Ky.
72. To Allan Forbes, Jr., Cambridge
73. To Roger Caillos, Buenos Aires
74. To Valerie Delacorte, New York
75. To Robert McGregor, New York
76. To Nuns, Sisters of Loretto (making final vows)
77. To W.H. Ferry, Santa Barbara
78. To Robert Lax, New York
79. To Catherine de Hueck Doherty, Ontario
80. To Ray Livingston, Minneapolis
81. To William Robert Miller, Baltimore
82. To John C.H. Wu, Newark
83. To John Harris, England
84. To Father J. Whitney Evans, Duluth
85. To Will Watkins, San Francisco
86. To Dorothy Day, New York
87. To Carl Kline, Wisconsin
88. To Gwen Myers, Watertown
89. To John Whitman Sears
90. To D. Brendan Nagle, Malibu
91. To Sister Elaine Michael, Allegany
92. To Henry Miller, Paris
93. To Evora Arca de Sardinia, Miami
94. To Elbert R. Sisson, Maryland
95. To Henry Miller, Pacific Palisades, Ca.
96. To Joost A.M. Meerlo, New York
97. To Allan Forbes, Jr., Philadelphia
98. To the Hon. Shinzo Hamai, Mayor of Hiroshima, Japan 
99. To Mark Van Doren, Connecticut
100. To Robert J. McCracken, Iowa
101. To James H. Forest, New York
102. To Lou Silberman, Nashville
103. To Leslie Dewart, Toronto
104. To Dan Shay, Detroit
105. To Charles Thompson, London
106. To Elsa Englander, Linz
107. To Dallas Smythe, Urbana
108. To Etta Gullick, Oxford
109. To Evora Arca de Sardinia, Miami
110. To George Dunne, Washington
111. To Rabbi Everett Gendler
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Peace -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Merton, Thomas, 1915-1968 -- Correspondence.