Item #15696 The Two Sides of the School Question, as Set Forth at the Annual Meeting of the National Educational Association, Held at Nashville, Tennessee, July, 1889 [wrapper title]. Edwin D. Mead, John J. Keane, John Jay, James Gibbons.

The Two Sides of the School Question, as Set Forth at the Annual Meeting of the National Educational Association, Held at Nashville, Tennessee, July, 1889 [wrapper title].

Boston: Arnold Publishing Company, 1890. First edition. 8vo, original printed tan wrappers, 80 pages. Small dampstain along the lower edge of the rear wrapper and the foot of the spine; a few small chips from the wrappers; a very good copy. Item #15696

The anti-Catholic publishers here print an extensive debate on the question of parochial schools, with Fr. Keane and Bishop Gibbons taking the Roman Catholic side. The Arnold Company professes neutrality, though it clearly wants to remove such alleged ills as a Jesuit influence from Boston schools. Small ink number stamped at the head of the front wrapper, no other evidence that this is an ex-library copy.

Price: $50.00