The Vicissitudes of Nonconformism

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he was an admirer of Cardinal Gibbon,nprelate of Maryland. Was there somethingnin his personal constitution, andneven in his writing, that suggested hendid not mean what he said---at leastnwhen he sounded malicious? He wasnnever spiteful or small-minded or deliberatelyncruel. Carl Bode, a contributornto On Mencken and founder of . . .

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