An expose of Detroit’s reactionary demagogue and one of the most popular figures in 1930s America, the ‘Radio Priest’ Father Coughlin.
The Real Father Coughlin by A.B. Magil. Workers Library Publishers, New York. May, 1939.
Contents: Why do the Nazis Cheer Coughlin?, Is Coughlin and Anti-Semite?, Catholic Doctrine and Anti-Semitism, Coughlin and Democracy, Coughlin and Social Security, Who Backs Coughlin? Will It Happen Here? 31 pages.
Workers Library Publishers replaced Daily Workers Publishers as the main pamphlet printing house of the Communist Party in 1927. International Publishers was originally meant to translate works into English, but became the CP’s main book publisher.
PDF of full pamphlet: https://stars.library.ucf.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1034&context=prism