Religion: Philadelphia's Fifteen

When Roman Catholics think that their faith has been flouted or their rights have been invaded, they get mad, form picket lines, write letters to editors, buttonhole legislators, in short, act like the political citizens they are. Protestants, whose aggregate weight is much greater, appear by comparison either meek or musclebound. But last week in Philadelphia a Protestant group took off its coat, rolled up its sleeves and displayed capable biceps. A meeting of 500 Protestant ministers and laymen gave enthusiastic endorsement to a League for Protestant Action. Among other things, the League...

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