America's Colorful History

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October 27 Podcast

James T. Keane, S.J. discusses the colorful history of America. Listen to this episode.
Fighting against religious oppression in Mexico and reporting on Irish rebels in Dublin; railing against Prohibition and championing the Civil Rights movement--these are among the many issues covered by America over the years. James T. Keane, S.J., talks about the early history of the magazine, and three of America's most influential editors. Listen to this episode.

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