Rome in America: Transnational Catholic Ideology from the Risorgimento to Fascism
For years, historians have argued that Catholicism in the United States stood decisively apart from papal politics in European society. The Church in America, historians insist, forged an "American Catholicism," a national faith responsive to domestic con
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