Catholic makers of America: biographical sketches of Catholic statesmen and political thinkers in America's first century, 1776-1876
Catholic Makers of America chronicles a number of important, largely unknown, figures in the history of American Catholicism and America. This book shares their story and their contributions to American political life and thought.
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