The Coup at Catholic University: The 1968 Revolution in American Catholic Education
by Peter M. Mitchell
Ignatius Press, 2015
(311 pages, $19.95, paperback)
reviewed by Graeme HunterWashington, D.C.'s Catholic University of America (CUA) was established in 1889 as a pontifical university under the authority of the Holy See. It was to be an academic city set on a hill, a place where the academic and individual freedoms demanded at American universities would be reconciled with the obedience owed to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church. Sadly and ironically, in the turbulent 1960s CUA became famous not as a . . .
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