The collection documents the thought and career of Henry B. Clark (1930-2009), a professor of religion and ethics. Topics
include the church and desegregation, the life of Albert Schweitzer, the church under Margaret Thatcher, Reinhold Niebuhr,
social ethics, Council of Churches and California politics, and the World Trade Organization. He taught at Howard University,
Union Seminary, Duke University and the University of Southern California.
Henry B. Clark (1930-2009) was a professor of religion and a social ethicist. His books include The Essential Mysticism of Albert Schweitzer; The Church Under Thatcher; Serenity, Courage, and Wisdom: The Abiding Legacy of Reinhold Niebuhr; and a semi-autobiographical novel Trophy Boy.
6.5 record boxes (7 linear feet)
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