Religion in Politics

Archive Report

Recurrence of the Religious Issue

For the first time since 1928, when Al Smith was defeated in a bitterly contested election that split the Solid South, a prominent Catholic layman, Sen. John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts, is a leading contender for the Democratic presidential nomination. With the party's national convention less ...

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