Quote by Janet Mary Riley, found in her letter to Kathleen Lilly, 1962

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Title

Quote by Janet Mary Riley, found in her letter to Kathleen Lilly, 1962

Subject

Riley, Janet Mary
Loyola University (New Orleans, La.)
Lilly, Kathleen

Description

Reprint of quote for exhibit use.
“…the state exists to serve the individual by using its God-Given Authority to create an environment in which he is assured those freedoms necessary to work out his salvation, for instance, freedom of speech and of religion, freedom from oppression inequalities enforced by law, the freedom of fair trials, and freedom from reasonable police searches.”

Creator

White, Sara
Loyola University (New Orleans, La.)

Source

Allured, Janet. Remapping Second-Wave Feminism: the long women's rights movement in Louisiana, 1950-1997. (Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2016), 79-80.

Publisher

Loyola University (New Orleans, La.)

Date

2017
1962-11-12

Contributor

Riley, Janet Mary

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Text

“…the state exists to serve the individual by using its God-Given Authority to create an environment in which he is assured those freedoms necessary to work out his salvation, for instance, freedom of speech and of religion, freedom from oppression inequalities enforced by law, the freedom of fair trials, and freedom from reasonable police searches.”

-- Janet Mary Riley, letter to Kathleen Lilly, November 12, 1962

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JMR_CASE2_blue_7x9_corrected.pdf

Citation

White, Sara and Loyola University (New Orleans, La.), “Quote by Janet Mary Riley, found in her letter to Kathleen Lilly, 1962,” Loyola University New Orleans Special Collections & Archives, accessed December 11, 2019, https://loynosca.omeka.net/items/show/29.