Pius IX, who became head of the Catholic church in 1846, saw progress and freedom of speech as anti-Catholic and instituted the doctrine of Papal infallibility. Pulitzer Prize-winning author David Kertzer says his exile led to the emergence of modern Italy. His book is 'The Pope Who Would Be King.' Also, film critic Justin Chang reviews 'Zama.'
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