Religion: Freedom of Faith

Jehovah's Witnesses are a Bible-dizzy cult whose zealous members push doorbells, hand out pamphlets, play phonograph records, to anyone who will listen, denouncing the Roman Catholic Church. In New Haven, Conn., two years ago, Witness Newton Cantwell and his sons Jesse, 16, and Russell, 18, toured Cassius Street—a lean & hungry district whose population is 90% Catholic. Jesse Cantwell played his record to John Ganley and John Cafferty, Catholics. Squeaked the record, describing a book called Enemies: "This book submits the conclusive proof that for more than 1,500 years a great religious...

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