PREFERRED TERM
A. J. Muste  
DEFINITION
  • Abraham Johannes (A. J.) Muste is best known for his role in the labor and left-wing movements of the 1920s and 1930s and for his leadership of the American peace movement from 1941 until his death in 1967. He also had considerable influence on the African American civil rights movement and was an outspoken critic of Christian neo-orthodoxy in liberal Protestantism after World War II. Muste was born on January 8, 1885, in the Dutch province of Zeeland. [Source: Encyclopedia of Activism and Social Justice; Muste, A. J. (1885–1967)]
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