Coughlin was a cunning opponent. Following the ejection of several hawkers by General Wood from a Chicago AFC rally in the summer of 1941, the priest accused the general of religious discrimination. Not wanting to alienate Roman Catholics, or those who were simply attracted to Coughlin’s economic program, Wood wrote a carefully worded letter in which he welcomed Christian Frontiers “in our common objective - preventing the country from getting into war.” then printed the letter in late July, along with another from Lulu Wheeler, Senator’s Wheeler’s bitterly anti-Semitic wife, embarrassing the Committee. Stenehjem, , p. 129.


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