Ammon Hennacy

Ammon Hennacy

Ammon Ashford Hennacy (July 24, 1893 – January 14, 1970) was an Irish American pacifist, Christian, anarchist, social activist, member of the Catholic Worker Movement and a Wobbly. He established the "Joe Hill House of Hospitality" in Salt Lake City, Utah and practiced tax resistance.

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Anarchism In The United States - Notable Anarchists - Ammon Hennacy
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Christian Anarchism - Origins - Modern Era
... Christian anarchists like Dorothy Day and Ammon Hennacy have been members of the Industrial Workers of the World and found common cause with the axiom "an injury to one is an injury to all." Nikolai Berdyaev Nikolai ... Ammon Hennacy Ammon Hennacy (1893–1970) wrote extensively on his work with the Catholic Workers, the IWW, and at the Joe Hill House of Hospitality ... His autobiography The Book of Ammon originally released as The Autobiography of a Catholic Anarchist, describes his work in nonviolent, anarchist, social action ...
Ammon Hennacy - Bibliography
... The Book of Ammon (1965) Ammon Hennacy Publications, Salt Lake City (lengthened version of The Autobiography of a Catholic Anarchist, includes the years 1955 to 1964) ... Complete e-text The One-Man Revolution in America (1970) Ammon Hennacy Publications, Salt Lake City ...