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Thomas E. Woods, Jr., holds a bachelor's degree in history from Harvard and his M.A., M.Phil., and Ph.D. from Columbia University. He is the author of Ever Ancient, Ever New: Catholic Intellectuals and the Progressive Era (Columbia University Press, 2004, forthcoming), and editor of The Political Writings of Rufus Choate (Regnery, 2002). His writing has appeared in Investor's Business Daily, the Christian Science Monitor, Modern Age, and dozens of other periodicals, and his work has been translated into six languages. He is also a contributor to five encyclopedias, and serves as editor of The Latin Mass magazine.
well researched, documented and written. A great learning experience for anyone new to traditional catholicism. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Burned in Canada
One might think that one of the Beatitudes was: "Blessed are the spinmiesters", for those who wish to justify the current state of the Church must make up endless excuses which... Read morePublished on September 6, 2012 by Steve Benedict
Fantastic book written by thoroughly knowledgable authors.
All of their arguments are backed up solidly by evidence and quotes. Read more
Very often two apparently mutually exclusive positions can be resolved by considering a third position which combines elements of both. Read morePublished on March 12, 2012 by True Catholic
If you're looking for a screed from radical traditionalists who (like Lefebvre) don't understand and/or accept the legitimacy of Magesterial authority and the authority of Vatican... Read morePublished on February 27, 2011 by HistoryProf
The folks in the traditionalist movement like Chris Ferarra,Michael Davies,the Remnant,etc.simply make a better case for their position than the people who disagree with... Read morePublished on June 30, 2010 by Victoria Beach Cook
Very educational and well written. Well documented and clear to understand. I am very glad I bought this book.Published on March 27, 2010 by Charlie
If you still fight the truths in "The Great Facade" then take your weak criticism and simple intellect, find a quiet place to sit and read Iota Unum. Read morePublished on March 10, 2006 by Awkemacs
I truly wish Mr. Likoudis would refute what the authors have said instead of standing on the cliff of unsupported disclaimers. Read morePublished on September 14, 2005 by Sallent