Collection: Stephen Griffin Collection >> Catholicism and American freedom : a history / John T. McGreevy.
Catholicism and American freedom :
a history /
John T. McGreevy.
|Main Creator:||McGreevy, John T.|
For two centuries, Catholicism has played a profound and largely unexamined role in America's political and intellectual life. Emphasizing the community over the individual, Catholics have alternately challenged and supported American liberals on a variety of controversial issues, including slavery, public education, economic reform, the movies, contraception, the nuclear arms race and abortion. The story of Catholicism is also international, as Catholics and non-Catholics reacted to people, ideas and events abroad, from the 1848 revolutions to the rise of European fascism in the 1930s and the Second Vatican Council in the 1960s. This history of both Catholicism and anti-Catholicism puts the sexual-abuse scandal in the Church of the early 21st century and the media's response into a larger context.
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New York : W.W. Norton, c2003.
Dust jacket available. See entry for [Miscellaneous dust jackets removed from Stephen Griffin Collection items] in the NLI catalogue.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical description: 431 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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Stephen Griffin Collection
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