|Primary sources for the Catonsville Nine action, trial, and participant profiles include interviews and materials provided by Baltimore activists and support group members Dean Pappas , Bill O'Connor, Herman Heyn, and David Eberhardt, as well as by Daniel Berrigan and filmmaker Lynn Sachs. Also helpful were Baltimore Sun and New York Times accounts, as well as documents from the Daniel and Philip Berrigan collection at Cornell University.|
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