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    Issues of the 1930s = 4 Years, 195 Issues, 2,936 Articles
    1. [+]
      Issues of 1936 = 42 Issues, 517 Articles
      1. [+]
        Issues of 1937 = 50 Issues, 627 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of Jan.-Mar. 1937 = 13 Issues, 159 Articles
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            January 4, 1937 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. Eyes & Ears by Mark Meechan, p. 1
            2. New Year's Message by Father Coughlin, p. 2
            3. Auto Owners Refuse to Face Wage Evils; Face Shut-Downs by Father Coughlin, p. 3
            4. Editorials, p. 4
            5. John L. Lewis: Study in Futility, p. 5
            6. U.S. Control of Loans Is Check Upon Next World War Threat by Justin Soval, pp. 6-7
            7. Women Toilers in a Topsy-Turvy World, pp. 8-9
            8. The People Speak, p. 10
            9. Il Duce Designates Three Aides As Possible Successor to Reins, p. 11
            10. Young America Has Visions Dare We Make Them Real?, p. 12
            11. World Wheat Market Booming; United States Has None to Sell, p. 13
            12. Federal Reserve Chairman Admits Credit Inadequacies, p. 14
            13. Can European Scoundrels Fool Us Again?, p. 15
            14. The Social Justice Laurel Wreath, p. 16
          2. [+]
            January 11, 1937 Issue = 10 Articles
            1. Father Coughlin's Editorial on Pope Pius, p. 2
            2. Reveal 'Inside Story' of the Motor Strikes, p. 3
            3. Editorials, pp. 4-6
            4. "Know Social Justice" Contest, p. 7
            5. "The Story of Money", pp. 8-10
            6. A personal messsage by Father Coughlin, pp. 11-12
            7. "The People Speak" a Page of Letters, p. 13
            8. Farmers to Share in the "Windfall" Taxes, p. 14
            9. Profits for a Few Strikes for the Many, p. 15
            10. Award of Social Justice Laurel Wreath, p. 16
          3. [+]
            January 18, 1937 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. Where Does Lewis Plan To Lead American Labor?, p. 1
            2. Fr. Coughlin's Message to Workers, p. 2
            3. Fr. Coughlin on the Sit-Down Strike, p. 3
            4. Editorials, p. 4
            5. [+]
              Taxing Non-Production a book review, p. 5 - 1 Review
              1. Incentive Taxation by C. William Hazelett
            6. "Know Social Justice" Contest, p. 6
            7. The Week in the World, p. 7
            8. "The House of Rothschild", pp. 8-11
            9. Peace Sought in Ship Strike, p. 12
            10. The People Speak, p. 13
            11. Farm Co-ops Lack Price Control, p. 14
            12. Living Costs Pace Pay Raises, pp. 15-16
          4. [+]
            January 25, 1937 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. John L. Lewis Looms as Labor Dictator, p. 1
            2. A Message to the Industrialists by Father Coughlin, p. 2
            3. Communist Acts of Sabotage in Great Britain's Battle Fleet by Sam Levy, p. 3
            4. Eyes & Ears by Mark Meechan, p. 3
            5. Editorials, p. 4
            6. Futile Kohler Strike Marked by Night of Riot and Terror, p. 5
            7. Baroness Battles Japan's Attitude Toward Women, p. 6
            8. American News on the Spanish Situation Colored by Censorship by Justin Soval, pp. 7-9
            9. On Guard While America Sleeps, pp. 10-11
            10. Congress Debates Farm Tenancy, p. 12
            11. The People Speak, pp. 13-14
            12. "Reserve Banks Fail to Earn Dividends" Says News Item, pp. 15-16
          5. [+]
            February 1, 1937 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. Social Justice Goal of Bishop Gallager, p. 1
            2. A Message to Labor by Father Coughlin, p. 2
            3. A Letter to the Owners of Industry by Father Coughlin, p. 3
            4. Editorials, p. 4
            5. Eyes & Ears by Mark Meechan, p. 4
            6. Labor and Wages by Pope Pius XI, p. 5
            7. Lewis Switched Politics in Comeback, p. 6
            8. Will Powers of Federal Reserve Bankers Be Extended by Congress?, p. 7
            9. Weekly Radio Broadcast by Father Coughlin, pp. 8-10
            10. Seers Fix on 1937 as Fateful Year by Justin Soval, pp. 11-12
            11. The People Speak, p. 13
            12. Shall It Be Honesty or Compromise? by Father Coughlin, pp. 14-15
            13. Picture Highlights of the News, p. 16
          6. [+]
            February 8, 1937 Issue = 11 Articles
            1. Text of Flood Aid Broadcast, p. 1
            2. Fr. Coughlin's Labor Editorial, pp. 2-3
            3. Editorials, pp. 4-6
            4. People Pay Huge Usury Toll, p. 7
            5. Fr. Coughlin's Radio Broadcast, pp. 8-9
            6. France Makes Offer to Germany, p. 10
            7. Youth and the Nation, p. 10
            8. Women in the New Congress, p. 11
            9. Farmers Protest Argentine Treaty, p. 12
            10. The People Speak, pp. 13-14
            11. Know Social Justice Contest, pp. 15-16
          7. [+]
            February 15, 1937 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. Father Coughlin's Message to N.U.S.J., p. 2
            2. The Week in Washington, p. 3
            3. Red Lieutenants Rally to John L. Lewis, p. 3
            4. President Challenges Supreme Court, p. 4
            5. Editorials, pp. 4-5
            6. Text of Fr. Coughlin's Broadcast, pp. 6-7
            7. Can Communism Help Labor?, pp. 8-9
            8. News Week in the World, p. 10
            9. Questions and Answers, p. 11
            10. Money Reform Vital to Farmer, p. 12
            11. The People Speak, p. 13
            12. Searchlight on the Money Changers, p. 14
            13. Know Social Justice Contest, p. 15
            14. Leaders Voice Views on War, p. 16
          8. [+]
            February 22, 1937 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. "Dictatorship"---or Democracy? by Father Coughlin, p. 1
            2. Weekly Message by Father Coughlin, p. 2
            3. Aides of Lewis in W. Va. Opposed Miners' Interests, p. 3
            4. Eyes & Ears by Mark Meechan, p. 3
            5. Editorials, p. 4
            6. Nation's Reaction to Court Plea Stern Disapproval of 'Dictator', pp. 5-6
            7. Hitler Speech Stars Arms Race As Nations Gird for Nearing War by Justin Soval, pp. 7-10
            8. Seamen Hail Strike Settlement as Victory; Most Demands Met; 40000 Return to Work, p. 11
            9. Sunday Radio Broadcast on Communism by Father Coughlin, pp. 12-13
            10. Farm Head Blasts Federal Lassitude in Loan Situation; Charges Wall St. Dominance, p. 14
            11. The People Speak, p. 15
            12. Study Clubs Spread Social Justice, p. 16
          9. [+]
            March 1, 1937 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. King Was Forced Out London Now Admits, p. 1
            2. The New National Debate, pp. 2-3
            3. Editorials, p. 4
            4. Face to Face with the Flood, p. 5
            5. Father Coughlin's Radio Text, pp. 6-7
            6. Mystery Man of World Finance, pp. 8-9
            7. John L. Lewis' One Big Union, p. 10
            8. Box Score on the Motor Strike, p. 11
            9. Facts Support Story on King, p. 12
            10. The People Speak, p. 13
            11. "Know Social Justice" Contest, p. 14
            12. The Week in the World, p. 15
            13. Social Justice Laurel Wreath, p. 16
          10. [+]
            March 8, 1937 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. The New National Debate Poll, p. 2
            2. British Thank Social Justice, p. 3
            3. Fr. Coughlin's Editorial Message, p. 4
            4. Supreme Court Press Comment, p. 5
            5. Radio Broadcast on Annual Wage, pp. 6-7
            6. Bicycle Contest Winners, p. 8
            7. Social Justice Has Anniversary, pp. 9-10
            8. Stalin Tries Capitalism, pp. 11-12
            9. The People Speak, p. 13
            10. "Know Social Justice" Contest, p. 14
            11. Germans Print Franco's Money, p. 15
            12. Awarding the Laurel Wreath, p. 16
          11. [+]
            March 15, 1937 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. Message to Labor by Father Coughlin, p. 1
            2. The Indicator by Father Coughlin, pp. 2-3
            3. Editorials, p. 4
            4. People's Voice in National Debate, p. 5
            5. Italy Breeding Babies for War by Justin Soval, p. 6
            6. "Let 'em Eat Cake!" Bourbons' Answer to Public Cry for Bread, p. 7
            7. U.S. in Danger As Second World War Nears, pp. 8-9
            8. Facing Facts in Red Spain by Roland E. Strunk, p. 10
            9. Archbishop Curley Rebukes Msgr. Ryan for Court Attack, p. 11
            10. Economist Declares a Few Bank Barons Bar Farm Progress, p. 12
            11. The People Speak, pp. 13-14
            12. Living Costs Race Upward Commodity Prices Climb as Bankers Raise Rates, p. 15
            13. Jobless Father Jailed by HOLC, p. 16
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            March 22, 1937 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. Congress in "Sitdown" Extends Reserve Act, p. 1
            2. The Indicator by Fr. Coughlin, p. 2
            3. Fr. Coughlin's Letter, p. 3
            4. Editorials, p. 4
            5. Communism in Canada, p. 5
            6. Consumer Co-operatives, p. 6
            7. Public Debate Poll on Supreme Court, p. 7
            8. Federal Reserve Extended, pp. 8-10
            9. Railroad Labor Protests, pp. 11-12
            10. The People Speak, p. 13
            11. "Know Social Justice" Contest, pp. 14-15
            12. Youth and the Nation, p. 16
          13. [+]
            March 29, 1937 Issue = 11 Articles
            1. Labor Dictatorship Rides Strike Wave, p. 1
            2. "The Indicator" by Fr. Coughlin, p. 2
            3. Disorders Sweep Country; General Strike Threatened, p. 3
            4. Editorials, p. 4
            5. Putting Congressmen on Record, p. 5
            6. Social Justice Village in Canada, p. 6
            7. Easter Contest Special Edition, pp. 7-10
            8. Communists Force Will on France, p. 11
            9. Fr. Coughlin's Radio Talk on Labor, pp. 12-13
            10. The People Speak, p. 14
            11. Searchlight on the Money Changers, pp. 15-16
        2. [+]
          Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1937 = 13 Issues, 168 Articles
          1. [+]
            April 5, 1937 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. Program of Action for National Union, p. 1
            2. The Indicator by Father Coughlin, p. 2
            3. United States "Prepares" for Peace, p. 3
            4. Editorials Questions and Answers, p. 4
            5. Congressional Recordings, p. 5
            6. Story of England's Co-operatives, p. 6
            7. Powers League Against Dictators, p. 7
            8. Lewis Counts Score on Strike Gains, pp. 8-9
            9. National Debate Poll on Labor, pp. 10-11
            10. Farm Debt Rates Due To Rise, p. 12
            11. The People Speak, p. 13
            12. "Know Social Justice" Contest, p. 14
            13. Inflation Fears Split New Dealers, pp. 15-16
          2. [+]
            April 12, 1937 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. Why King Edward VIII Took his Third Name, p. 1
            2. The "Indicator" by Father Coughlin, p. 2
            3. Poll of Opinion in National Debate, p. 3
            4. Editorials---Blame for the Cost of Government, p. 4
            5. A Page of Congressional Recordings, p. 5
            6. The Co-operative Movement in Sweden, p. 6
            7. Victims Defy Rebel Authority, p. 7
            8. How Money Racket Ruined China, pp. 8-10
            9. Auto Strikers Expose Factory "Blacklist", p. 11
            10. Farm Leaders Defend Supreme Court, p. 12
            11. The People Speak, pp. 12-13
            12. "Know Social Justice" Contest, p. 14
            13. Gold Policy Makes U.S. Debtor Nation, p. 15
            14. Awarding Social Justice Laurel Wreath, p. 16
          3. [+]
            April 19, 1937 Issue = 16 Articles
            1. Expose Story Behind Stock Market Mystery, p. 1
            2. Father Coughlin's page "The Indicator", p. 2
            3. Europe Flirting with U.S. for Another Parley, p. 3
            4. Eyes and Ears Over Washington, p. 3
            5. Editorials---Woes of Mr. Morgenthau and Others, p. 4
            6. Congresses Discusses Labor Court and Money, p. 5
            7. Hilaire Belloc on Social Justice, p. 6
            8. The Week in the World, p. 7
            9. Farm Taces Up Farm Income Down, pp. 8-9
            10. We See by the Papers, p. 10
            11. Box Scores on the Auto and Coal Strikes, p. 11
            12. "Know Social Justice" Contest, p. 12
            13. The People Speak, p. 13
            14. Thomas Money Authority Bill, p. 14
            15. Searchlight on the Money Changers, p. 15
            16. Henry Ford's Ways Ga. Community Project, p. 16
          4. [+]
            April 26, 1937 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. Congress Opens Fire On 'Money Racket', p. 1
            2. The Indictor by Father Coughlin, p. 2
            3. Petitions Urge Congress Money Action, p. 3
            4. Editorials---Eyes and Ears, p. 4
            5. Congressional Recordings, p. 5
            6. A Senatorial Attitude on War, p. 6
            7. Wagner Ruling Jolts Court Reform, p. 7
            8. Living Costs Create a National Peril, pp. 8-9
            9. Debate Poll and Press Comment, p. 10
            10. How Communist Minority Controls France, p. 11
            11. Debt Act Ruling Helps the Farmers, p. 12
            12. The People Speak, p. 13
            13. "Know Social Justice" Contest, p. 14
            14. U.S. Reports Trade Monopolies, pp. 15-16
          5. [+]
            May 3, 1937 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. Behind the Washington News Front, p. 1
            2. Scandals of the New Dealer, p. 1
            3. "The Indicator" Father Coughlin's Page, pp. 2-3
            4. Editorials on Treason---Eyes and Ears, p. 4
            5. Congressional Recordings, pp. 5-6
            6. The Week in the World Abroad, p. 7
            7. Who's Who in the Bank of England?, pp. 8-10
            8. Where Does the C.I.O. Get Its Money?, p. 11
            9. How to Use Frazier-Lemke Moratorium, p. 12
            10. The People Speak, p. 13
            11. "Know Social Justice" Contest, p. 14
            12. Searchlight on the Money Changers, p. 15
            13. A Second "Front Page", p. 16
            14. National Labor Board Joker, p. 16
          6. [+]
            May 10, 1937 Issue = 10 Articles
            1. Roosevelt To Seek Third Term in 1940, p. 1
            2. Father Coughlin's "Indicator", pp. 2-3
            3. Editorials: Eyes and Ears, p. 4
            4. A Page of Congressional Recordings, p. 5
            5. Story of Co-ops in United States, pp. 6-7
            6. Court Plan Invades State Rights, pp. 8-10
            7. Farm Mortgage Rate Extended, pp. 11-12
            8. The People Speak, p. 13
            9. "Know Social Justice" Contest, pp. 14-15
            10. Senator Thomas Writes President, p. 16
          7. [+]
            May 17, 1937 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. President Dictates Choice For Senate, p. 1
            2. Cut U.S. Crops to Aid South America, p. 1
            3. Father Coughlin's Page "The Indicator", p. 2
            4. Eyes and Ears, p. 3
            5. Neutrality Act Won't Keep Peace, p. 3
            6. Editorials, pp. 4-5
            7. Altar Boy Recalls Bishop Von Ketteler, pp. 6-10
            8. Col. Proctor's Annual Wage Plan, p. 11
            9. Clubs Ask Clergy to Help Social Justice, p. 12
            10. The People Speak, p. 13
            11. Know Social Justice Contest, pp. 14-15
            12. Who Gets Shipbuilding Profits?, p. 16
          8. [+]
            May 24, 1937 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. Father Coughlin's Letter to the Clergy, p. 1
            2. C.I.O. Calls Pontiac Rent Strike, p. 1
            3. Roosevelt Murphy See Communism, p. 1
            4. "The Indicator" by Father Coughlin, pp. 2-3
            5. Editorials "Eyes and Ears", p. 4
            6. Congressional Recordings, pp. 5-6
            7. Money Bills Worry the Big Bankers, p. 7
            8. Federal Reserve Plan Gambler's Idea, pp. 8-10
            9. Labor Pawn in Battle Over court, pp. 11-12
            10. The People Speak, p. 13
            11. "Know Social Justice Contest", p. 14
            12. Early Presidents More Careful, p. 15
            13. Putting "Teeth" in Neutrality, p. 16
          9. [+]
            May 31, 1937 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. Set August Deadline for General Strike, p. 1
            2. The Indicator by Father Coughlin, p. 2
            3. Roosevelt Forces Challenged: Real Money Bill Introduced, p. 3
            4. Editorials, p. 4
            5. Congressional Recordings, p. 5
            6. Gov. Hurley Averts Strike Of Boston Hotel Workers, p. 6
            7. General Strikes Help Bankers and Brokers But Not Workingmen, p. 7
            8. U.S. Treasury Holds Peace Power, pp. 8-10
            9. Rearmament Gives Great Britain Responsibility for World Peace by Justin Soval, p. 11
            10. Farm Committee Stages Sit-Down, p. 12
            11. The People Speak, pp. 13-14
            12. U.S. Government Has Power to Maintain Monetary Policy by Hon. Robert L. Owen, p. 15
            13. President's New Deal Cabinet Now Plows Under Wall Street, p. 16
          10. [+]
            June 7, 1937 Issue = 11 Articles
            1. Russian Revolution Financed by Bankers, p. 1
            2. "The Indicator" by Father Coughlin, pp. 2-3
            3. Editorials "Eyes and Ears", p. 4
            4. Fr. Coughlin's Letter to the Clergy, p. 5
            5. Congressional Recordings, p. 6
            6. Last Chance for Social Justice Contest, pp. 7-10
            7. Exposing the Grain Gamblers, pp. 11-12
            8. The People Speak Their Views, p. 13
            9. Ford Workers Deny "Speed-Up", p. 14
            10. U.S. Can Have Best Banking System, p. 15
            11. Roosevelt Rejects Thomas Bill, p. 16
          11. [+]
            June 14, 1937 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. President to Demand $30-Billion of Congress, p. 1
            2. International Bankers Aid Red Plot (Part 2), p. 1
            3. "The Indicator" by Father Coughlin, p. 2
            4. Father Coughlin's Letter to the Clergy, p. 3
            5. Editorial: "Eyes and Ears", p. 4
            6. Alderman Clancy's Views a New Feature, p. 5
            7. Congressional Recordings, pp. 6-7
            8. [+]
              "Gabriel Over the White House" a Novel of the Presidency, pp. 8-11 - 1 Review
              1. Gabriel Over the White House by Thomas F. Tweed
            9. Exposing the Grain Gamblers (Part 2), p. 12
            10. The People Speak Their Views, pp. 13-14
            11. Usury Takes Hugh Family Toll, p. 15
            12. Behind the Washington News Front, p. 16
          12. [+]
            June 21, 1937 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. New Lewis Farm Party Will Back Third Term, p. 1
            2. Action Program for N.U.S.J., p. 1
            3. "The Indicator" by Father Coughlin, pp. 2-3
            4. Editorials: "Eyes and Ears", p. 4
            5. New "Know America" Contest, p. 5
            6. Congressional Recordings, pp. 6-7
            7. Christian Workers' Manifesto, pp. 8-9
            8. News of the Social Justice Clubs, p. 10
            9. False Prosperity of War Boom, p. 11
            10. Alderman Clancy's Observations, p. 12
            11. The People Speak, pp. 13-14
            12. Hugh Burden of Debt Interest, p. 15
            13. Behind the Washington News, p. 16
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            June 28, 1937 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. Rebuke to President In Report to Senate, p. 1
            2. The Indicator by Father Coughlin, p. 2
            3. National Co-ordinator Named For Social Justice Councils, p. 3
            4. Editorials, p. 4
            5. Congressional Recordings, pp. 5-6
            6. America Prosperous No Chance For Dictator Newspaper Theme, p. 7
            7. Heroes of History Back Money Battle, pp. 8-9
            8. Alderman Clancy by Leon Francis, p. 10
            9. U.A.W. Now Demands Guarantee Against Plants Changing Location, p. 11
            10. Farmer Played Role in 178483 Land Foreclosures During 1936, p. 12
            11. The People Speak, pp. 13-14
            12. Little Chance for Honest Money Bill This Congress, p. 15
            13. Revelations of Social Justice Quoted in Halls of Congress, p. 16
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          Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1937 = 11 Issues, 134 Articles
          1. [+]
            July 5, 1937 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. Who Own's the Bonds That Escape Taxes?, p. 1
            2. "The Catholic Worker" Compromises, p. 1
            3. "The Indicator" by Father Coughlin, pp. 2-3
            4. Editorials: Eyes and Ears, p. 4
            5. The Pope Speaks, p. 5
            6. Congressional Recordings, p. 6
            7. 27 Indictments of the Federal Reserve, p. 7
            8. Who's Who in the C.I.O., pp. 8-10
            9. Industry on a Day-to-Day Basis, p. 11
            10. Milk Profits Denied Farmer, p. 12
            11. The People Speak, p. 13
            12. "Know America" Contest, p. 14
            13. Alderman Clancy's Observations, p. 15
            14. Behind Washington's News, p. 16
          2. [+]
            July 19, 1937 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. Fear New Deal Plans To Take Over Banks, p. 1
            2. The Indicator by Father Coughlin, p. 2
            3. Fr. Coughlin Message to Councils, p. 3
            4. Editorials: Eyes and Ears, p. 4
            5. C.I.O. Follows Moscow Orders, p. 5
            6. Congressional Recordings, p. 6
            7. Three More Firms Share Profits, p. 7
            8. The Pope Speaks to the Clergy, p. 8
            9. Chapter 3 of the Encyclical, pp. 9-11
            10. Summer Tours to Shrine, p. 12
            11. The People Speak, p. 13
            12. "Know America" Contest, p. 14
            13. On the Trail of the Money Changers, p. 15
            14. Behind the Washington News, p. 16
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            August 2, 1937 Issue = 9 Articles
            1. New Deal Hopes To Offset Defeat Over Court Issue, p. 1
            2. "The Indicator" by Father Coughlin, p. 2
            3. Heroes of Senate Court Battle, p. 3
            4. Editorials: Eyes and Ears, p. 4
            5. Message to Social Justice Councils, pp. 5-6
            6. On the Trail of the Money Changers, p. 7
            7. Father Coughlin's Letter to Clergy, p. 8
            8. Chapter Five of Pope's Encyclical, pp. 9-13
            9. Know America Contest, pp. 14-16
          4. [+]
            August 9, 1937 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. U.S. Studies Effect of Machines on Jobs, p. 1
            2. The Indicator, p. 2
            3. Message to Councils, p. 3
            4. Editorials, p. 4
            5. Can Christians Support the C.I.O.?, p. 5
            6. Congressional Recordings, p. 6
            7. The Pope Speaks Officially, p. 7
            8. Dispossessed Are Driven to Tents; Will Revolt?, pp. 8-10
            9. The Transport Workers Union Is a Unit of Communist Party, pp. 11-12
            10. The People Speak, pp. 13-14
            11. Binderup Urges That U.S. Banks Back Deposits With 100% Reserves, p. 15
            12. Philippine Post Ace-in-Hole For New Deal's Emergencies, p. 16
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            August 16, 1937 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. Eyes and Ears Over Washington, p. 1
            2. Polar Flights Soviet Gesture, p. 1
            3. "The Indicator" by Father Coughlin, p. 2
            4. The Wages and Hours Bill, p. 3
            5. Editorials: Line on Legislation, p. 4
            6. Depression a Banking Plot, p. 5
            7. Congressional Recordings, pp. 6-7
            8. Fr. Coughlin's Letter to Clergy (Part 3), p. 8
            9. The Pope Speaks (Chapter VII), p. 9
            10. Tours to the Shrine, pp. 10-12
            11. The People Speak, p. 13
            12. "Know America" Contest, p. 14
            13. R.H. Hemphill's Financial Article, p. 15
            14. The Federal Housing Bill, p. 16
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            August 23, 1937 Issue = 10 Articles
            1. Social Justice Contest Awards Won by 370, p. 1
            2. "The Indicator" by Father Coughlin, pp. 2-3
            3. Editorials: "Eyes and Ears", p. 4
            4. New Social Order on Guild Lines, p. 5
            5. Chapter 8 of Pope's Encyclical, p. 6
            6. News of Contest Winners, pp. 7-12
            7. The People Speak, p. 13
            8. Highlights of the Labor Week, p. 14
            9. R.H. Hemphill's Article on Bankers, p. 15
            10. Washington Welcome for Marchers, p. 16
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            August 30, 1937 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. Congress Goes Home; Democrats Badly Split, p. 1
            2. "The Indicator" by Father Coughlin, pp. 2-3
            3. Editorials: Eyes and Ears, p. 4
            4. Robert H. Hemphill's Article, p. 5
            5. Congressional Recordings, p. 6
            6. Chapters 9 and 10 of Encyclical, p. 7
            7. Concentration of Wealth, pp. 8-10
            8. Soviet Friendship U.S. Peril, p. 11
            9. Farmers Protest 'Bribe' Checks, p. 12
            10. The People Speak, p. 13
            11. Know America Contest, p. 14
            12. Inside Story of Dawes Loan, p. 15
            13. New Justice is Black, p. 16
          8. [+]
            September 6, 1937 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. Battling Reds in the U.A.W., p. 1
            2. "The Indictator", pp. 2-3
            3. Editorials: "Eyes & Ears", p. 4
            4. Highlights of the Labor Week, p. 5
            5. Chapter XI of Pope's Encyclical, pp. 6-7
            6. Picture Study of Labor Progress, pp. 8-10
            7. Sweden Solves Money Problem, pp. 11-12
            8. The People Speak, p. 13
            9. "Know America" Contest, p. 14
            10. Inside Story of Chicago Banking, p. 15
            11. Miners Pay Lewis 10 Per Cent, p. 16
            12. Iowa Farmers Claim Process Taxes, p. 16
          9. [+]
            September 13, 1937 Issue = 11 Articles
            1. War Crisis In Far East Is Commercial Rivalry, p. 1
            2. The Indicator, p. 2
            3. Message to Social Justice Councils, p. 3
            4. Editorials: Eyes and Ears, p. 4
            5. Open Letter from Spanish Bishops, pp. 5-6
            6. Living Costs and Pay Checks, p. 7
            7. [+]
              "America Awake!", pp. 8-10 - 1 Review
              1. America, Awake! by Oscar Brumbach
            8. U.A.W. Builds Ford War Chest, p. 11
            9. Trade Pacts Ruinous to Farmers, p. 12
            10. The People Speak, p. 13
            11. "Know America" Contest, pp. 14-16
          10. [+]
            September 20, 1937 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. World's Wars Fought With "Fiction" Money, p. 1
            2. Farm and Labor Groups Working to Effect Social Justice Principle, p. 1
            3. The Indicator, pp. 2-3
            4. Editorials: Eyes and Ears, p. 4
            5. A Page of Press Comment, p. 5
            6. Congressional Recordings, p. 6
            7. Wars Waged with Fiction Dollars, p. 7
            8. The Case of Usury vs. Interest, pp. 8-10
            9. Labor's Strength Fights Itself, p. 11
            10. Crop Loans a Farm Price Aid, p. 12
            11. The People Speak, p. 13
            12. "Know America" Contest, pp. 14-15
            13. Robert H. Hemphill's Money Article, p. 16
          11. [+]
            September 27, 1937 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. Frame Law To Abolish Tax Exempt U.S. Bonds, p. 1
            2. The "Indicator", p. 2
            3. Message to Social Justice Councils, p. 3
            4. Editorials: "Eyes and Ears", p. 4
            5. How Financiers Dictate Treaty Terms, p. 5
            6. Two Ways to Avert a U.S. War, pp. 6-7
            7. Know America Contest (Past Pictures), pp. 8-10
            8. West Coast Labor Row Spreads, p. 11
            9. Fallacy of Crop Control, p. 12
            10. The People Speak, p. 13
            11. "We See By the Papers", p. 14
            12. Myth of a Balanced Budget, pp. 15-16
        4. [+]
          Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1937 = 13 Issues, 166 Articles
          1. [+]
            October 4, 1937 Issue = 10 Articles
            1. U.S. Embargo on Arms Gesture to Keep Peace, pp. 1-2
            2. Third Principle of Social Justice, pp. 3-4
            3. Radical Fads Imperil School System, p. 5
            4. Senate's Debate on Black Appointment, pp. 6-7
            5. A Rising Sea of Dictatorships, pp. 8-10
            6. Bill Lemke's Radio Address on Money, p. 11
            7. Another Step in Asiatic Conquest, p. 12
            8. The People Speak, pp. 13-14
            9. Searchlight on the Money Changers, p. 15
            10. Union President Quits C.I.O., p. 16
          2. [+]
            October 11, 1937 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. Was Justice Black Guilty of Perjury?, p. 1
            2. The Indicator, p. 2
            3. Youth's New Success Counsel, p. 3
            4. Editorials: Eyes and Ears, p. 4
            5. New Concept of Private Property, pp. 5-6
            6. Activities of Councils, p. 7
            7. Propaganda Power Over Opinion, pp. 8-9
            8. Week in the World, p. 10
            9. Labor Highlights, p. 11
            10. The People Speak, pp. 12-13
            11. Know America Contest, p. 14
            12. Hemphill Money Article, pp. 15-16
          3. [+]
            October 18, 1937 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. Why Father Coughlin Determined to Cancel Broadcast Contracts, p. 1
            2. "The Indicator", p. 2
            3. Press Comment on Black Speech, p. 3
            4. Editorials: Eyes and Ears, p. 4
            5. Youth Advised on Vocation, p. 5
            6. Social Justice Principle No. 5, pp. 6-7
            7. Crop Control Plans for 1938, pp. 8-10
            8. Labor in Politics Now, p. 11
            9. Congressional Recordings, p. 12
            10. The People Speak, p. 13
            11. "Know America" Contest, p. 14
            12. Searchlight on the Money Changers, pp. 15-16
          4. [+]
            October 25, 1937 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. Why His Bishop Put Fr. Coughlin On Radio, p. 1
            2. The Indicator, p. 2
            3. Washington Comment Praises Article in Social Justice, p. 3
            4. Editorials, p. 4
            5. Eyes & Ears by Mark Meechan, p. 4
            6. Youth Must Have Price in Vocation by Prof. Horace A. Frommelt, p. 5
            7. Message to Councils, p. 6
            8. Social Security Tax Revenue Used to Pay New Deal Debts, p. 7
            9. Church Superior Defended Father Coughlin's Position, pp. 8-11
            10. Price War Is Effect of Control, p. 12
            11. The People Speak, pp. 13-14
            12. On the Trail of the Money Changers by Robert H. Hemphill, p. 15
            13. Browder Testifies Red Party Is Working For World Revolution, p. 16
          5. [+]
            November 1, 1937 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. Monsignor Ryan Tells Why Church Leaders Prevented Broadcast, p. 1
            2. The Indicator, p. 2
            3. Ford to Resist Seizure by C.I.O., p. 3
            4. Editorials, p. 4
            5. Eyes & Ears by Mark Meechan, p. 4
            6. Textbook Used by Priests Quotes Pope Inaccurately, p. 5
            7. Message to Councils, pp. 6-8
            8. Government Prepares to Count Jobless, pp. 9-10
            9. Progressive Miners' Chief Lays Twenty-One Murders to Hired U.M.W.A. Gunmen, p. 11
            10. Congressional Recordings, p. 12
            11. The People Speak, pp. 13-14
            12. On the Trail of the Money Changers by Robert H. Hemphill, p. 15
            13. Reds Back Catholic as 'Front' On C.I.O. City Ticket in Detroit, p. 16
          6. [+]
            November 8, 1937 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. Call for Committee of Five Million, p. 1
            2. Publisher's Announcement, p. 1
            3. "The Indicator", pp. 2-3
            4. Editorials: "Eyes and Ears", p. 4
            5. Msgr. Ryan Once Against C.I.O.-ism, p. 5
            6. Principle Nine of Social Justice, p. 6
            7. Activities of Social Justice Councils, p. 7
            8. How "Red" Is the New Deal?, p. 8
            9. Msgr. Ryan's Leftist Associations, pp. 9-10
            10. C.I.O. Lays Its Political Plans, p. 11
            11. Prof. Frommelt's Success Counsel, p. 12
            12. The People Speak, p. 13
            13. "Know America" Contest, p. 14
            14. Robert H. Hemphill's Article, p. 15
            15. Labor's Peace Negotiations a Flop, p. 16
          7. [+]
            November 15, 1937 Issue = 12 Articles
            1. Will Fr. Coughlin Remain Silenced?, p. 1
            2. The Indicator by Father Coughlin, p. 2
            3. Calling All Councils to Action!, p. 3
            4. Editorials, p. 4
            5. The Case of Father McGlynn---"Rebel Priest and Prophet", p. 5
            6. Message to Councils, p. 6
            7. Youth Must Have Will to Succeed by Prof. Horace A. Frommelt, p. 7
            8. Special Session Holds Tax Relief Promise for Big Business; No Farm-Labor Strides, pp. 8-10
            9. Tax Revision Cries Shake Stand Of New Deal Against "Royalists", pp. 11-12
            10. The People Speak, pp. 13-14
            11. New Deal Creates Emergencies Its Experiments Would Solve, p. 15
            12. C.I.O. Crushed in Detroit Election; Lewis Hails Win in Pittsburgh, p. 16
          8. [+]
            November 22, 1937 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. New Deal Aids Bankers---Runs Out on Voters, p. 1
            2. The Indicator, p. 2
            3. Detroiters Cheer Social Justice Leader's Tribute to Fr. Coughlin, p. 3
            4. Editorials, p. 4
            5. Catholic Worker Bears Noble Name, p. 5
            6. Message to Councils, p. 6
            7. Ballrooms Are Packed For Birthday Parties, p. 7
            8. The People Speak, p. 8
            9. New Yorkers Protest Radio Priest's Silence, p. 9
            10. Character at Basis Of Success in Life by Prof. Horace A. Frommelt, p. 10
            11. "Laurel Wreath" Winner Says Hull Trade Policy Will Pauperize Country, p. 11
            12. Hold Hearings on Farm Crop Control, p. 12
            13. Trimble Sheppard Blast Federal Reserve, pp. 13-14
            14. Reveals Catch in Social Security, p. 15
            15. Best That Jobless Can Expect From the New Deal Now Is Hope, p. 16
          9. [+]
            November 29, 1937 Issue = 14 Articles
            1. Reply to a Statement Of Apostolic Delegate, p. 1
            2. The Indicator, p. 2
            3. Some Facts on the Other Side Of the Father Coughlin Question, p. 3
            4. Editorials, p. 4
            5. Eyes & Ears by Mark Meechan, p. 4
            6. 'The Register' Libels Fr. Coughlin Calls Him 'Disobedient' Priest, pp. 5-6
            7. Whole Nation Calling for Leader, p. 7
            8. The People Speak, pp. 8-9
            9. Christian Philosophy of Life Is Key to Success in Vocation by Prof. Horace A. Frommelt, p. 10
            10. Message Ignores Labor Problems, p. 11
            11. Philadelphia Councils Send Greetings and $1194 Check, p. 12
            12. Twenty Questions on Communism, pp. 13-14
            13. Administratoin Forced Nearer Honest Money by Robert H. Hemphill, p. 15
            14. Leftist Plotters Meet in Secret To Plan America's 'United Front', p. 16
          10. [+]
            December 6, 1937 Issue = 13 Articles
            1. Annual Wage Taken Up By the Administration, p. 1
            2. The Indicator, p. 2
            3. New England Holds Coughlin Rallies, p. 3
            4. Editorials Eyes and Ears, p. 4
            5. Press Comment on Coughlin Case, p. 5
            6. Rallies in Pennsylvania and Maryland, p. 6
            7. All Pictures in Know America Contest, pp. 7-10
            8. Wage and Hour Bill Doomed, p. 11
            9. Prof. Frommelt's Counsel to Youth, p. 12
            10. The People Speak, p. 13
            11. Lower Farmer Income Seen, p. 14
            12. Hemphill's Money Article, pp. 15-17
            13. The Week in Washington, p. 18
          11. [+]
            December 13, 1937 Issue = 15 Articles
            1. Father Coughlin Returns To Air!, p. 1
            2. The Indicator, p. 2
            3. Catholic Bishops of America State Views of Church on Social Issues, p. 3
            4. Editorials, p. 4
            5. Recordings From Congress, p. 5
            6. Social Justice Working to Tax Bonds Held by the Rich, p. 6
            7. It Is Easier to See A Pioneer's Mistakes, p. 7
            8. The Bedaux System, pp. 8-9
            9. The People Speak, p. 10
            10. Credits Paper for Clearing Up Public Misinformation on Case, p. 11
            11. Changing Industrial World Creates Opportunities for Trained Youth by Prof. Horace A. Frommelt, p. 12
            12. Congressmen Hold Caucus to Plan Practical Farm Aid Enactments, p. 13
            13. "Rebels" Endanger UAW Pact; Union Threatens Ford Squeeze, p. 14
            14. Press Screams "Inflation" As Honest Money System Becomes Paramount Need, p. 15
            15. Staged Ovations Given President Fool Coat-Swingers in Congress, p. 16
          12. [+]
            December 20, 1937 Issue = 11 Articles
            1. U.S. Debt Unpayable; Government Borrows, p. 1
            2. Father Coughlin's Christmas Message, p. 1
            3. "The Indicator" by Fr. Coughlin, pp. 2-3
            4. Editorials: Eyes & Ears, p. 4
            5. Recordings From Congress, p. 5
            6. News of Social Justice Councils, pp. 6-7
            7. The Story of Christmas, pp. 8-9
            8. Prof. Frommelt's Counsel to Youth, pp. 10-11
            9. The People Speak, pp. 12-14
            10. New Deal Editor Hits Money Racket, p. 15
            11. America's Entangling Alliance, p. 16
          13. [+]
            December 27, 1937 Issue = 11 Articles
            1. Defeat of Wage Bill Is Blow to New Deal, p. 1
            2. Father Coughlin's Year-End Message, p. 1
            3. The Indicator by Fr. Coughlin, pp. 2-3
            4. Editorials: Eyes and Ears, p. 4
            5. Recordings From Congress, p. 5
            6. Helpful Hings on Job Hunting, p. 6
            7. Prof. Frommelt's Success Counsel, p. 7
            8. Social Justice Rally Pictures, pp. 8-10
            9. A.F. of L. Probes Soviet Deal, pp. 11-12
            10. The People Speak, pp. 13-14
            11. Bankers Get Housing "Cut", p. 15
      2. [+]
        Issues of 1938 = 51 Issues, 914 Articles
        1. [+]
          Issues of 1939 = 52 Issues, 878 Articles
        2. [+]
          Issues of the 1940s = 3 Years, 121 Issues, 1,642 Articles
          1. [+]
            Issues of 1940 = 53 Issues, 715 Articles
            1. [+]
              Issues of 1941 = 52 Issues, 731 Articles
              1. [+]
                Issues of 1942 = 16 Issues, 196 Articles