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CATHOLIC INTELLECTUALS AND CONSERVATIVE POLITICS IN AMERICA, 1950-1985

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

A comprehensive and balanced history of conservative Catholic social thought during the cold war era. As Allitt (History/Emory) points out, liberal Catholic activists (Dorothy Day, Thomas Merton, the brothers Berrigan) have received ample scholarly attention, but their conservative counterparts have been largely ignored. Allitt redresses the issue, beginning with the 1950's, when a monolithic ... Read full review

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