Burglar for Peace

With an overview of the broader draft resistance movement, Burglar for Peace: Lessons Learned in the Catholic Left’s Resistance to the Vietnam War is an exploration of the sweeping landscape of the American left during the Vietnam War era. The book, written by Ted Glick ’71 and published by PM Press, takes readers on a journey through Glick’s personal evolution from a typical white, middle-class American teenager to an anti-war, nonviolent draft resister.