The Grey Lady Opens Her Archives
May 16, 1857─Jansenists vs Jesuits--The Doctrine of Papal Infallibiltiy.
June 15, 1863─THE PRESIDENT ON ARBITRARY ARRESTS; President Lincoln in Reply to the Albany Democratic Resolutions. Able and Interesting Discussion of the Case of Vallandigham. Letter of the Albany Committee to the President. MR. LINCOLN'S REPLY.
June 29, 1871─THE COREA.; Capture and Destruction of Several Forts and 481 Cannon by Commodore Rodgers.
September 9, 1873─NOTES FROM FRANCE.; MODERN MIRACLES. NOTRE DAME DE LOURDES THE DUMB MADE TO SPEAK A FRENCH JACK SHEPPARD. WHAT THE SKEPTICS THINK. MEDICAL MEN OF THE WATERS OF LOURDES. THE STORY OF A YOUNG SCAMP. AN ITALIAN BEGGAR.
December 20, 1893─THE HAWAIIAN MESSAGE.; President Cleveland's Position Unassailable and Right.
November 20, 1898─AGAINST "IMPERIALISM."; Address Issued by Boston Opponents of Philippine Annexation.
December 30, 1910─BALTIMORE PRIESTS TAKE PAPAL OATH; Forswear Modernism and Condemn the Doctrine of the Double Personality in Studies. ADMINISTERED BY GIBBONS New Oath Met Strong Opposition In Germany, but Was Readily Indorsed by American and British Bishops.
April 2, 1922─CHARLES OF AUSTRIA DIES OF PNEUMONIA IN EXILE ON MADEIRA; Ex-Emperor Expires After Zita's Offer of Blood Transfusion Is Rejected by Doctors. VIENNA IS GRIEF-STRICKEN News of Death Empties Cafes and Fills the Streets With Throngs of Mourners. BURIAL PLANNED IN AUSTRIA Passing Is Expected to Consolidate All Legitimist Groups in Support of Francis Joseph Otto.
November 30, 1930─BACK TO SOIL PLEA ADVANCED IN SOUTH; Debate on Industrial vs. Farm Life Stirs Much Comment, Especially in Virginia. BUT NEITHER SIDE WON One Side Idealized the Fields, Other Saw No Money There, Chairman Hit Nobel Award. Pictures Idyllic Life.
August 10, 1945─CATHOLIC NEWSPAPER ASSAILS ATOMIC BOMB.
April 8, 1946─USE OF ATOM BOMB ASSAILED BY SHEEN; Only Effective Control Is by Moral Education, He Tells St. Patrick's Audience.
January 22, 1961─THE 'MILITARY-INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX': AN ANALYSIS; BUDGET IS KEY Huge Sums Involved in Arms Contracts TIES ARE CLOSE Pentagon Is Friendly With Suppliers.
September 28, 1969─Goldwater Aide Now a Radical; Adopts Anarchism Philosophy; Karl Hess, 'Idea Man' of '64, Was Influenced by the War and Dissent of Students.
December 1, 1980─Dorothy Day, Catholic Activist, 83, Dies; Theologically Traditional 'A Christian Revolution' Opposed Class Politics Emphasis Changed Over the Years Nonviolence Stressed 'The First Hippie' Found Appeal in Slogan Met Leon Trotsky Beginning of The Worker.
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