The Catholic Minority after the Americanist Controversy, 1899–1917: A Survey

@article{McAvoy1959TheCM,
  title={The Catholic Minority after the Americanist Controversy, 1899–1917: A Survey},
  author={Thomas Timothy McAvoy},
  journal={The Review of Politics},
  year={1959},
  volume={21},
  pages={53 - 82}
}
  • T. McAvoy
  • Published 1 January 1959
  • History
  • The Review of Politics
ToUnderstand the limited accomplishment of American Catholic intellectual activities in the second half of the twentieth century it is not sufficient to examine the immediate antecedents. The American Catholic history since the beginning of the first World War has, indeed, witnessed important efforts to raise Catholic intellectual activities to the level of traditional European Catholic culture, but these efforts have been handicapped by a bad starting point. The absence of similar efforts… 
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