A Catholic Runs for President: The Campaign of 1928

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Chapter One
Paul Leicester Ford (ed.), The New-England Primer ( New York, 1897), 50.
Alfred E. Smith, Up to Now, An Autobiography ( New York, 1929), 410-16.
See John Tracy Ellis, The Life of James Cardinal Gibbons, Archbishop of Baltimore, 1834-1921 ( Milwaukee, 1952), II: 1-80, on Americanism.
See J. Ryan Beiser, The Vatican Council and The American Secular Newspapers, 1869-70 ( Catholic University, Ph.D. Thesis, 1941), passim.
Theodore Maynard, The Story of American Catholicism ( New York, 1951), 510.
The Catholic Encyclopedia, XIV: 537-38.
A condensed statement about the A.P.A., by the leading scholar, Humphrey J. Desmond, is in The Catholic Encyclopedia, I: 426-28.
Cardinal Gibbons, North American Review, CLXXXIX ( March, 1909), 320-36.
Allan Nevins, Grover Cleveland, A Study in Courage ( New York, 1933), 182.
Henry L. Stoddard, As I Knew Them ( New York, 1927), 131.
Anson Phelps Stokes, Church and State in the United States ( New York, 1950), II: 401-3.
The Literary Digest, XLII ( June 17, 1911), 1203.
Ibid., XXXIX ( September 11, 1909), 386-87.
Stokes, Church and State, II: 400.
Ellis, Gibbons, II: 381.
Michael Williams, The Shadow of the Pope ( New York and London, 1932), 115-16.
Washington Gladden, "The Anti-Papal Panic", Harper's Weekly, LIX ( July 18, 1914), 55-56.

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