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Social Justice, Father Coughlin's National Weekly, September 19, 1938

Royal Oak, MI: The Social Justice Publishing Co, 1938. 28 x 40 cm. "Banking is a Racket"" ""Protocol No. 16""-- We are insidiously informed that Communism and democracy are fighting hand in hand, that Communism and democracy are practically identical. ""An Open Letter to John L. Lewis"" by Amos R.E. Pinchot. Photo shows Czech ""patriots"", aligned with Russia. Newspaper, edges chipped and frayed, poor. . Catalogs: World War II/Newspapers/Religious.

$24.65

Social Justice, Father Coughlin's National Weekly, June 19, 1939

Royal Oak, MI: The Social Justice Publishing Co, 1939. 28 x 40 cm. Lead headline: ""50,000 Spanish Reds Coming to U.S. Border""-- Del Vayo and Negrin arranging to settle refugees in Mexico. Delores Ibarruri; Leon Trotzky, self-appointed leader of the Fourth International; Rear cover shows Rep. Martin Dies, with headline: ""Inquiry Seeks to Find Real Enemies of America."" Criticism of New Deal, Roosevelt. ""An Answer to Father Coughlin's Critics""-- among whom are the Jewish General COuncil. Newspaper, very good . Catalogs: World War II/Newspapers/Religious.

$24.65

Social Justice, Father Coughlin's National Weekly, May 29, 1939

Royal Oak, MI: The Social Justice Publishing Co, 1939. 28 x 40 cm. Lead headline: ""Democrats' Revolt Ends: Raises Third Term Hope."" ""Secret Facts Behind the Balfour Declaration""--""By handing Palestine over to the Arabs and by shedding Jewish blood in the streets of Jerusalem, Great Britain at one blowdid more against Jewry than did Germany over a period of several years,"" Coughlin writes. Issue contains reprint of editorial from The American Hebrew, May 12, 1939, commenting on Coughlin's ""anti-Semitic propaganda."" Newspaper, good. . Catalogs: World War II/Newspapers/Religious.

$24.65