Outspoken fighter against Kansas City Pendergast machine politics, American fascism, red-baiting and other social ills of his day, L. M. Birkhead left a remarkable legacy of progressive activism, including pastorship of the All Souls Church in the 1920s. All Souls member Jim Grebe, Birkhead’s biographer, recounts the story.

ON All Souls Forum | March 19, 2014 | 12:00 pm

“L. M. Birkhead: Democracy’s Defender” with Jim Grebe

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Outspoken fighter against Kansas City Pendergast machine politics, American fascism, red-baiting and other social ills of his day, L. M. Birkhead left a remarkable legacy of progressive activism, including pastorship of the All Souls Church in the 1920s. All Souls member Jim Grebe, Birkhead’s biographer, recounts the story.

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