Patriotism and Fraternalism in the Knights of Columbus: A History of the Fourth Degree (review)

@article{Salvaterra2002PatriotismAF,
  title={Patriotism and Fraternalism in the Knights of Columbus: A History of the Fourth Degree (review)},
  author={David L. Salvaterra},
  journal={The Catholic Historical Review},
  year={2002},
  volume={88},
  pages={157 - 158}
}
This volume, a centennial history of the Knights of Columbus Fourth Degree,brings to completion Kauffman’s authoritative studies of the Knights. Previous volumes marked the centennial of the association itself and dealt with its organizational and ceremonial aspects. This volume focuses exclusively on the elite Fourth Degree,the most distinctive and memorable of the fraternal’s parts. This work, like all its predecessors,bears the unmistakable hallmarks of Christopher Kauffman’s scholarship… 
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