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Collection of critiques of prominent and controversial Catholic layman B A 'Bob' Santamaria (1915-1998) and his involvement in matters of Church and State in Australia. Contributors are Xavier Connor, James Griffin, Val Noone, Paul Ormonde and Colin Thornton-Smith. Topics include Santamaria considered as an intellectual, his mentors as a young man, as an authoritarian figure, his position on the Vietnam war, Church-State doctrine, and the anti-communist political organisation he founded - the Movement. Includes foreword by Max Charlesworth, and introduction, 'Why we wrote this book', by the editor. Also includes notes on contributors; endnotes; index. Editor is a journalist who previously edited 'Catholics in Revolution' (1968) and wrote 'The Movement' (1972).