A Catholic Runs for President: The Campaign of 1928

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Allen, Henry J., 134, 186
America
editor's reaction to Christian Register's poll, 65
on Caraway, 55
"More Rum, Romanism and Re- bellion," article on, 49
religion as qualification for political office, article on, 58-59
American Catholicism, 18-19
American Inquisitors, 107
Americanism, 6-11, 18-19
American Issue, The, 186
American Protective Association, 9, 13, 15
"America's Two Unwritten Laws," 29
Anglo-Saxon civilization, 24, 163, 186, 187
Leonard on, 48, 49
Anti-Saloon League, 47, 129
Anti-Semitism, 24, 27
A.P.A., see American Protective Association
Asheville Conference, 169-70
Atlantic Monthly, 60, 66, 67, 68; see also Marshall's "Letter"; Sedgwick, Ellery; Smith's "Reply"
Awful Disclosures, 90
Baptists, 45, 64, 165, 169-70, 188
Barton, A. J., 169-70
"Bible belt," 107, 108
Billington, Ray Allen, 4
Blaine, James G., 11-13, 179
Blakely, Paul L., 29-30
Board of Temperance, Prohibition and Public Morals, 51, 170-72, 186
Bonzano, Giovanni, 44, 45, 47
Boobus americanus, 107-108
Borah, William E., 176
BostonPost, 74, 75
Breckenridge, Henry, 53
Bruce, William C., 51
Bryan, William Jennings, 99, 107, 111, 120, 192
Burchard, Samuel D., 12
Butler, Nicholas Murray, 180
Cahensly, Peter, 5
Cahenslyism, 5-6
Caldwell, Mrs. Willie W., 146-47, 156
Callahan, P. H., 17, 90, 192
Calvary Baptist Church, 136, 137, 138, 140-41
Calvert Associates, 188
Campaigns, presidential
1884, 11-13, 179
1908, 13
1924, 83
1932, 150
"Can a Catholic be President?" article, 30
Candler, Warren A., 164-65
Cannon, James, Jr., 164, 169-70
Caraway, T. H., 54-55
Cardozo, B. N., 159
Carroll, J. T., 96
Carroll, John, 3
Catholic church, 162
Americanism issue in, 6-11, 18-19
clergy of, abstains from politics in 1928, 196
Heflin's attacks on, 82
members of, "second-class citizenship," 196
racial issue, 27, 157
Catholic Encyclopedia, 6, 8-9 213

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