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Letter from Addison Thomas to George B. Cortelyou

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Addison Thomas believes that there is too much Catholic influence in Washington and at the White House, including widespread Catholic plans to influence American policy and leaders. Thomas claims the United States is a Protestant nation and should remain so. He mentions that he is upset that the Administration gave Episcopalian Bishop Whipple's work among the Indians to the Roman Catholics.  Visits by Catholic delegations to Washington concern him.  Thomas points out that this was not the case under previous presidents, but President Roosevelt allows visits and appoints some Catholics to posts.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Anti-Catholicism; Church and state--Public opinion; Protestantism; Italy--Rome; Catholic Church; Catholic Church. Curia Romana; Whipple, Henry Benjamin, 1822-1901

Date: 1902-04-23

Letter from Elihu Root

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Secretary Root denies that official educators in the Philippines are proselytizing for Protestant denominations and notes that such activity is against Filipino law.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Proselytizing; Protestantism; Adolescence--Education; Philippines; Catholic Church; Wright, Luke E. (Luke Edward), 1846-1922

Date: 1902-07-10

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