I’m impressed with Google Books. More on that and the excellent work they’ve been doing on the public domain later. But, I’ve been scanning the January 1, 1915 edition of the Catholic “Fortnightly Review” by one Arthur Preuss. On page 25 thusly: Commenting on the fact that Attorney General Hogan, of Ohio, was defeated in the recent election mainly in consequence of the warfare waged against him on account of his religion, the New York Freeman’s Journal (No. 4210) asks the “significant question”: “How is it that it is only against Catholics the ‘religious warfare’ is ever raised in politics?” Can it be for the reason that the average Catholic politician is notoriously a scamp?!?