Catholicism in America.Series: Interpretations of American historyPublication details: New York : Harper & Row Pub. Description: 159 p. 21 cmSubject(s): Catholics -- United States -- Addresses, essays, lecturesDDC classification: 282.73 LOC classification: BX1406.2 | .G57
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Includes bibliographical references.
The formation of the Catholic minority, by T. T. McAvoy.--The distinctive tradition of American Catholicism, by J. Hennesey.--Catholics, Protestants, and public education, by V. P. Lannie.--Irish Catholic life in Yankee City, by S. Thernstrom.--German Catholics and the national controversy, by C. J. Berry.--Catholicism and woman suffrage, by J. J. Kenneally.--Pro-Germanism and American Catholicism, 1914-1917, by E. Cuddy.--Catholicism and Americanism in the 1930s, by D. J. O'Brien.--American Catholics and the intellectual life, by J. T. Ellis.--The crisis of Americanization, by P. Gleason.