Religious Liberties Anti-Catholicism and Liberal Democracy in Nineteenth-Century U.S. Literature and Culture


Early and nineteenth-century U.S. literary and cultural productions often presented Catholicism as a threat not only to Protestantism but also to democracy. Through analysis of a wide range of texts, Religious Liberties shows that U.S. understandings of religious freedom and pluralism emerged, paradoxically, out of a virulent anti-Catholicism.

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