Paul Blanshard

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Paul Blanshard (d. 1980; age 87) was a famous anti-Catholic bigot.[1] His works have been referred to as those of a "professional" bigot differentiating them from less literary, less sophisticated efforts such as those of Jack Chick. Blanshard's most notorious work is American Freedom and Catholic Power (1951). Other works of anti-Catholic bigotry include The Irish and Catholic Power (1953) and Kennedy presidency-obsessed work The Future of Catholic Power (1961). [2]

Blanshard was editor for The Nation and special counsel and spokesman for Americans United for Separation of Church and State.[3] He was also a member of the National Council for the League for Industrial Democracy, for the Rochester, New York area.[4]