Ethnicity in the United States: A Preliminary Reconnaissance

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American Academy Conference of Ethnicity, Boston, October 26-28, 1972. The forthcoming collection of the papers from this conference, Ethnicity in Our Time, edited by Daniel P. Moynihan and Nathan Glazer, will contain the Gordon essay.
See his book, Ethnic Diversity in Catholic America. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1973.
The archbishop of Boston is Portuguese, the archbishop of Philadelphia and president of the American hierarchy is Polish, the bishop of Brooklyn is Italian, the archbishop of Cincinnati is Italian, the archbishop of Washington is German, the bishop of Manchester is French; but the Irish still run the American Church. They constitute 15 per cent of the Catholic population, 30 per cent of the clergy, and over half of the hierarchy. See Andrew M. Greeley, American Priests: A Report of the National Opinion Research Center. Chicago, 1971.

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