In 1888, a Baptist preacher named Justin Dewey Fulton published a scathing critique of Roman Catholicism in America in which he wrote, “Romanism is the dominant power in the Capitol of the United States.” He accused the Roman Catholic Church of some of the most egregious crimes, including the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. His book reveals a once deep-seated sentiment in America against Roman Catholicism by some who sought to make Catholics scapegoats for many of America’s ills.
6" x 9" (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
Black & White on White paper
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