Neil Swidley

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Massachusetts Senator John Kennedy became America's first Catholic president after a  speech  in which he said no Catholic prelate would tell him what to do in the White House.

Mitt Romney and Religion in America's Public Life

Massachusetts Senator John Kennedy became America's first Catholic president after a speech in which he said no Catholic prelate would tell him what to do in the White House.

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