Newspapers -- 20th century.
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Identifier: ADN 0044
Abstract Social Justice was an American Roman Catholic weekly periodical founded in 1936 by Father Charles Coughlin, a Roman Catholic priest and radio broadcaster well-known for his antisemitic commentary. The publication covered economic and political topics rather than religious ones and was controversial for printing antisemitc polemics, bitter attacks on the Roosevelt administration, and harsh criticisms of the American war effort during World War II. The collection...
Dates: 1936 - 1942