The Power of Rome in the Twentieth Century: The Vatican in the Age of Liberal Democracies, 1870-1922

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Sidgwick & Jackson, 1983 - Church and state - 280 pages

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Contents

Acknowledgements
7
Preface
9
The Italian Seizure of Rome
15
The Fulminations of Pius IX
27
The Turbolenti and the Zelanti
38
Democracy in Rome
52
The Advent of Leo XIII
67
The Fallacy of Prince Bismarck the Kulturkampf
77
The Achievement of Leo XIII
172
Pius X Signs of Conciliation
179
The Power of the Pope
193
French Atheism and the Rupture with France
201
The Achievement of Pius X
217
The 1914 Dilemma Benedict XV
223
The Failure of Benedict XVs 1917 Peace Proposals
239
Conclusion
249

The Need for Reform
98
Leo XIII and the French Republic
107
The American Crucible
125
The Irish Bane
146
The English Anomaly
159
The Guarantee Laws of 13 May 1871
253
Notes
255
Bibliography 271
19
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