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1. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 13
John F. Quinn A Response from John F. Quinn
2. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 13
Paul Radzilowski A Response from Paul Radzilowski
3. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 13
Thomas W. Jodziewicz A Response from Thomas W. Jodziewicz
4. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 13
Adam L. Tate A Response from Adam L. Tate
5. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 17
Ernest A. Greco Review Essay: Pius XII and the Battle for Rome
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Robert Katz’s The Battle for Rome (2003) is an unfair indictment of Pope Pius XII. Through various distortions and oversights, Katz faults Pius’s “open city” strategy and his anti-communism for failing to protect the Jews and other Italians during the German occupation of Rome in World War II. In truth, the pope’s strategy was as successful as could reasonably be expected under the circumstances.
6. Catholic Social Science Review: Volume > 2
Dominic A. Aquila Catholicism, Liberalism, & Communitarianism: The Catholic Intellectual Tradition and the Moral Foundations of Democracy