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The Catholic Counterculture in America, 1933-1962 (Studies in Religion) Hardcover – January 1, 1989
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Fisher presents solidly useful results in this elegant analysis of selected figures in modern American Catholicism.--American Studies
[A] ground-breaking study. . . . [Fisher illuminates] the conflicting definitions of Catholic differentness co-existing in early twentieth-century America, as well as the tentativeness and subjectivity of those definitions.--American Quarterly
A fascinating book that puts into conversation certain figures (Day, Dooley, Merton, Kerouac) in the pluralistic strands of twentieth-century America in ways that illuminate each.--David Tracy
About the Author
James Terence Fisher is the Danforth Chair in Humanities and Professor in Theological Studies and History at Saint Louis University. His other works include Dr. America: The Lives of Thomas A. Dooley, 1927-1961.
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