Fr. Coughlin, the famous radio priest from Detroit, whose bitter attacks upon President Roosevelt have been so sensational a feature of recent American politics, has decided to abandon broadcasting and discontinue his organisation, the Union for Social Justice. This is in accordance with the pledge he gave to do this if the candidate he supported at the Presidential Elections, Mr. Lemke, polled under nine million votes. Mr. Lemke polled under 700,000 votes.
Page 7, 13th November 1936
13th November 1936
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Organisations: Union for Social Justice
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American " Radio Priest" Retires
Keywords: United States, Theodore Roosevelt, United States Presidential Election, Lemke, Politics, Antisemitism, Charles Coughlin, William Lemke, Politics, Entertainment / Culture
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