In 1931, Spain became the Republic of Spain, a liberal democracy. The Vatican feared for the Church’s very survival in Spain.
Every year since 1975 has witnessed a diminishing commitment of the United States to both domestic and world population growth control.
The Vatican believes that if the solutions to the population problem are applied, the dominance of Vatican power will soon wither.
The dogma of infallibility is important to the Catholic Church because it shields the entire doctrinal structure of the Church from criticism.
There is a nearly total lack of awareness that the problem of contraception is related to the problem of papal infallibility.
The fear felt by many American politicians aware of the undemocratic activities of the church has resulted in their silence.
The prolific propaganda machine has been effective in creating illusions which serve to counter the realities we all see with our own eyes.
The machinery that the Church uses in the United States to enforce its boycott of unfriendly literature is quite elaborate.
Halting of population growth control is far more important to the Vatican than Spain ever was and control of the press is critical.
The most important myth used by the Vatican to undermine concern about world population growth is the demographic transition theory.