Upon being made a cardinal, John Henry Newman (1801-90) said that he had devoted his life to opposing liberalism. Some commentators deny the accuracy of this claim. Are they right? What did Newman mean by liberalism? And what can we learn from his efforts to anatomize and combat it?
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Edward Short is an independent author and renowned scholar on the thought and life of John Henry Newman.