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U.S. activist priests. Born in Two Harbors, Minn., the brothers both became Catholic priests (Daniel a Jesuit, Philip a Josephite). They soon became involved in nonviolent activism, carrying out campaigns of civil disobedience to oppose racism, nuclear war, and the Vietnam War. They are best known for their Vietnam-era raid of draft-board files in Catonsville, Md., which they destroyed with chicken blood and napalm. They are also known for the persistence of their activism, which continues to the present, though Philip later left the priesthood. Both have written numerous books on their work and beliefs; Daniel has written poetry and plays as well.



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