By Jon Gjerde
Catholicism and the Shaping of Nineteenth-Century the US bargains a sequence of clean views on some of the most typical subject matters - the nation's stumble upon with Catholicism - in nineteenth-century American historical past. whereas non secular and immigration historians have construed this background in univocal phrases, Jon Gjerde bridges sectarian divides through proposing Protestants and Catholics in dialog with one another. In so doing, Gjerde unearths the ways that America's stumble upon with Catholicism used to be even more than a narrative approximately American nativism. Nineteenth-century spiritual debates raised questions on the basic underpinnings of the yank country and society: the form of the antebellum marketplace economic climate, the transformation of gender roles within the American relations, and where of slavery in an ostensibly democratic polity have been just a couple of of the problems engaged by way of Protestants and Catholics in a full of life and enduring dialectic. whereas the query of where of Catholics in the US was once left unresolved, the very debates surrounding this query generated a number of conceptions of yank pluralism and American nationwide identification.
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