|Title||:||father coughlin (x) persecution and communism|
|Plot||:||+Father Coughlin network, WHBI, Newark, New Jersey aircheck. "Persecution and Communism". The broadcast originates from The Shrine Of The Little Flower, Royal Oak, Michigan. Father Coughlin has offered his radio facilities to the General Jewish Council, for a rebuttal broadcast. They have declined and have purchased their own radio time for a talk to be delivered by a Catholic named Frank Hogan, described as a "Washington D. C. attorney" (possibly the same Frank Hogan who later became District Attorney of New York City). Father Coughlin says, "he has no animosity toward the Jews." He discriminates between "good Jews and bad Jews." The B'nai Brith magazine is quoted as trying to stop "Christmas and Easter practices." This is "sowing seeds of godlessness." He urges Jews to "be kind" to us poor Catholics. The WHBI closing announcement has been partially deleted.|
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