Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites in the Allocutions of Pius XII: A Theme Illuminating American Social History
Since the eighteenth century, generations have been schooled in utopian principles proclaiming total equality as the guarantor of liberty and justice for all. The egalitarian myth of a classless society was proffered as the unquestionable path down which mankind must travel to reach perfect social harmony. This book shatters these myths and provides a Catholic approach to the way society should be structured as seen by the Popes.
Hardcover, 584 pages, full-color dust jacket, full-color bookmark, full-color brochure with reviews by distinguished individuals, fully illustrated (b&w) front and back endpapers, 41 full-page color pictures, 21 other color pictures, 23 full-page black & white pictures, 29 other black & white pictures, 2 full-page illustrated foldouts.