Neo-Catholics Paperback

by Betty Clermont;

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The first neoconservatives - Irving Kristol, Allan Bloom, and Francis Fukuyama - were proponents of the philosopher Leo Strauss, an migr from Nazi Germany, who considered the ideal state as one ruled by an intellectual elite with religion used to mollify and control the masses. The Roman Catholic Church already had centuries of experience preaching docility to the believers for civil leaders willing to support the Church's preeminent position in society. They were natural partners, albeit with differing pet interests. Applying this concept in the US, however, had its difficulties. While Catholics were the largest single denomination, they did not constitute a majority. In order to establish a "national christianity" - the union of church and state -- naturally conservative fundamentalists and evangelicals were numerically necessary in order to form the "religious right." Paul Weyrich, once referred to as the most powerful man in America, and fellow Catholics Terry Dolan and Richard Viguerie, along with Howard Phillips, a Jew who had converted to evangelical Christianity, established the Moral Majority, to be led by televangelist Jerry Falwell, to energize their Christian base into political activism and get out the vote. Weyrich, along with Catholic Edwin J. Feulner Jr., also founded the Heritage Foundation, the prototype of the right-wing think tank, to produce intellectual propaganda for the movement. Funding to pay religious leaders along with think tanks, journals and media outlets, came through Knights of Malta William Simon, Nixon's Treasury Secretary, and William Casey, Reagan's CIA Director. The Knights were members of a clandestine international group who, along with the CIA, perpetrated acts of terrorism and the overthrow of legitimate governments tha

Neo-Catholics by Betty Clermont was published by Clarity Press in January 2009. The ISBN for Neo-Catholics is 9780932863638.

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Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherClarity Press (January 2009)
Number of Pages351
Thickness40 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
Product Code3980288
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