The Last Respectable Prejudice

Woodward, Kenneth L.
October 2002
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Oct2002, Issue 126, p23
Focuses on the manifestations of anti-Catholicism. Scandals of the Catholic Church; Distinction between religious anti-Catholicism and cultural anti-Catholicism; Crisis in the Christian sects.


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