Amy has a terrific contribution to the ongoing discussion here

In particular, her cogent analysis of the Dark Side of Wick Allison’s confrontation with Grahmann is well taken. There *is* a note of “We made you and we can break you” which can just as easily be seen as a number of Rich Men seeking to rule the Church as a confrontation between a good layman and a bad bishop. I’m not saying Allison is a rich man who seeks to make the Church his investment or plaything. I am saying, however, that we are never more in danger than when we are right. It blinds us to our own fallenness. Citizen Kane started out as a zealous reformer. He ends as a cynical manipulator and Power Player.