A Catholic New Deal: Religion and Reform in Depression Pittsburgh

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Abbreviations
AIS Archives of an Industrial Society, University of Pittsburgh
DPA Diocese of Pittsburgh Archives, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
HCLA Historical Collections and Labor Archives, Pennsylvania State University
JAHA Johnstown, Pennsylvania, Area Heritage Association
OHS Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, Ohio

Preface and Acknowledgments
1. Patrick J. McGeever, Rev. Charles Owen Rice: Apostle of Contradiction ( Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press, 1989); Annemarie Draham, "Unlikely Allies for Unionization: Homestead, Pennsylvania, 1933-1946", M.A. thesis, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1984; Liston Pope , "Religion and the Class Structure", Annals of the Academy of Political and Social Science 256 ( March 1948): 84-95.
2. Gary Gerstle, Working-Class Americanism: The Politics of Labor in a Textile City, 1914-1960 ( New York: Cambridge University Press, 1989), 153-95.
3. Francis L. Broderick, John A. Ryan: Right Reverend New Dealer ( New York: Macmillan, 1963); David J. O'Brien, American Catholics and Social Reform: The New Deal Years ( New York: Oxford University Press, 1968), 66-67; McGeever, Rev. Charles Owen Rice.
4. Andrew M. Greeley, "What is Subsidiarity? A Voice from Sleepy Hollow", America 153 ( 9 November 1985): 292-95.
Advent
1. Edward K. Muller, "Metropolis and Region: A Framework for Enquiry into Western Pennsylvania", in Samuel P. Hays, ed., City at the Point: Essays on the Social History of Pittsburgh ( Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1989), 181-211.
2. Victor R. Greene, The Slavic Community on Strike: Immigrant Labor in Pennsylvania Anthracite ( South Bend, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Press, 1968), 2; John Bodnar, Roger Simon , and Michael Weber, Lives of Their Own: Blacks, Italians, and Poles in Pittsburgh, 1900-1960 ( Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1982), 15; Muller, Metropolis and Region,

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