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Voices from "The cheap seats" : popular American reactions to issues raised in the papal encyclical Testem Benevolentiae, 1899 : a discussion of contemporary newspaper articles reacting to the "Americanist Crisis" of 1899 as preserved in the Paulist Archives, Washington DC

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Bretz, Lew (1995) Voices from "The cheap seats" : popular American reactions to issues raised in the papal encyclical Testem Benevolentiae, 1899 : a discussion of contemporary newspaper articles reacting to the "Americanist Crisis" of 1899 as preserved in the Paulist Archives, Washington DC. Unspecified thesis, University of Tasmania.

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Abstract

The focus of this thesis, is a collection of
contemporary clippings about the Americanist controversy which
were preserved in the 52nd Street Paulist Library in New York
City and thereafter moved to the Paulist Archives attached to the
Order's institute near American University in Washington DC.
Many clippings in the collection, ordered chronologically by
anonymous Brothers, are simply record pieces abstracting various
speeches and epistles on the Americanist issue, or straightforward
reportage on unfolding events which tell us only what is covered
better in histories of the era.

SECTION ONE - AMERICANISM: THE NATIONAL CONTEXT

SECTION TWO - THE PAULIST CLIPPINGS

SECTION THREE - AFTERMATH AT THE TOP, CONSEQUENCES AT THE BOTTOM

Item Type: Thesis (Unspecified)
Keywords: Catholic Church, Americanism (Catholic controversy)
Copyright Holders: The Author
Additional Information:

Includes bibliographical references. Thesis (M.Hum.)--University of Tasmania, 1996

Date Deposited: 25 Nov 2014 00:46
Last Modified: 11 Mar 2016 05:55
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