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Arthur Preuss

Journalist and Voice of German and Conservative Catholics in America, 1871-1934

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Rory T. Conley

This biography chronicles the professional life of Arthur Preuss, an American Catholic journalist of German descent who, in his day, was perhaps the most important Catholic journalist in America. Through the pages of his journal, the Fortnightly Review and other works, Arthur Preuss provides an informative interpretation of issues related to German-American integration into American society and the German Catholic contribution to the Catholic Church in the United States.