The Catholic Counterculture in America, 1933-1962

Hardcover, Chapel Hill, N.C. University of North Carolina Press, 1989. First Edition; First Printing. Fine in Fine dust jacket.

Sound binding and hinges. Clean, bright pages. Cloth over boards is clean. DJ has no evidence of wear. Considers the transformation of Catholic culture in tthe mid 20th century to become something consistent with the American tradition of creative freedom. Personalities such as Dorothy Day, Thomas Dooley, Jack Kerouac, and Thomas Merton are important parts of the narrative. ; 9.25" tall; 305 pages.

ISBN: 0807818631           Item #3920047

Price: $55.00

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