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  1. [+]
    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
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          Issues of 1938 = 51 Issues, 914 Articles
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            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 Jan.-Mar. 1940 = 13 Issues, 209 Articles
                1. [+]
                  January 1, 1940 Issue = 16 Articles
                  1. Communism In C.I.O.---Labor's 1940 Challenge, p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. Returning Congress Faces Big Calendar, p. 3
                  4. A Christmas Message by Rev. Chas. E. Coughlin, p. 4
                  5. Debt: Burden Hangs On Every Man's Neck, p. 5
                  6. Editorials, p. 6
                  7. Solon Ended Usury on Grecian Farms by Louis B. Ward, p. 7
                  8. Finns Fighting for Honor and 'Our Land', p. 8
                  9. Bankers Move Fast To Enslave Americas, pp. 9-12
                  10. Hull Trade Pacts Before New Congress, p. 13
                  11. Let U.S. Investigate Stabilization Fund, p. 14
                  12. Farmers Tired of New Deal Quack Measures, p. 15
                  13. Letters, p. 16
                  14. League of the Little Flower Is Fighting Evil on all Fronts, p. 17
                  15. Honest Labor Leaders and an Honest Law Are Labor's Hope for 1940, pp. 18-19
                  16. Garner Seeks Election As 'Symbol of America', p. 20
                2. [+]
                  January 8, 1940 Issue = 16 Articles
                  1. What Is Soviet Russia Aiming To Do In India?, p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. Big Drive to India Soviet Aim in 1940 by Dr. J.S. Barnes, p. 3
                  4. An Examination of Conscience by Father Coughlin, p. 4
                  5. 'Safety Zone' Becomes Danger Zone for U.S., p. 5
                  6. Editorials, p. 6
                  7. The Story of Usury in Ancient Rome by Louis B. Ward, p. 7
                  8. Canada Eased Into State Socialism, p. 8
                  9. Some Impressions of the New Spain by John Mark Gannon, pp. 9-11
                  10. The Voice of Congress, p. 12
                  11. Hearing Shows C.I.O. Tie-up With Reds, p. 13
                  12. Liberty Our Heritage Not Mere 'Democracy', p. 14
                  13. Stabilization Fund Fails of Purpose, p. 15
                  14. Letters, p. 16
                  15. A Lawyer's Plight by Bernard J. O'Connor, pp. 17-19
                  16. Wallace To Control Farm-Loan Billions, p. 20
                3. [+]
                  January 15, 1940 Issue = 16 Articles
                  1. Alien Bridges Seeks American Citizenship, p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. Dollars for U.S. Arms Are Cut From Trade, p. 3
                  4. The Presidential Message, p. 4
                  5. Roosevelt Speaks but Nation Stays Unassured, p. 5
                  6. Editorials, p. 6
                  7. Truth About Money Challenge to Editors by Rev. Dermont McArdle, C.P., p. 7
                  8. Secret Treaties Are Chief Causes of War, p. 8
                  9. U.S.S.R. Violates Pledges to America, p. 9
                  10. Mr. Homebuyer's Experience, pp. 10-11
                  11. War of Propaganda May Be Already Won, p. 12
                  12. Lending Money Without Interest by Louis B. Ward, pp. 13-14
                  13. Farm Certificate Plan Hits Consumer Farmer, p. 15
                  14. Letters, p. 16
                  15. The Swastika and the Cross by Rev. Jos. E. Heidt, pp. 17-19
                  16. 'Imperial Navy' Seen In Appointment of Edison, p. 20
                4. [+]
                  January 22, 1940 Issue = 14 Articles
                  1. Adminstration Holds Key To Dictatorship, p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. U.S. Cracks Down On Christian Front, p. 3
                  4. Can Man Catch Up with the Machine? by Charles E. Coughlin, p. 4
                  5. Roosevelt Budget: Halts Short of Bankruptcy, p. 5
                  6. Editorials, p. 6
                  7. Profits of War Are Taken on Both Sides by Leon Hamilton, p. 7
                  8. Do Not Trust Statecraft, p. 8
                  9. Causes of Modern War, p. 9
                  10. Communism or Serfdom Under Oligarchy Faces U.S. Farmer by Bernard J. O'Connor, p. 10
                  11. Mr. Murphy's Address to Jews by Hon. Frank Murphy, p. 11
                  12. Social Justice Dissents , pp. 11-15
                  13. Letters, pp. 16-19
                  14. Russian Issue Brings British Cabinet Split, p. 20
                5. [+]
                  January 29, 1940 Issue = 15 Articles
                  1. Christian Front Is No Foe of U.S., p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. Politics and War Mongering Seen Back of 'Sedition' Raids, p. 3
                  4. I Take My Stand by Father Coughlin, p. 4
                  5. Allies Seek Credits: Threaten U.S. Goods, p. 5
                  6. Editorials, p. 6
                  7. A Religious Awakening? by Leon Hamilton, p. 7
                  8. Treason Conspiracy and Sedition, p. 8
                  9. Krivitsky Aids Fight on French Communism, pp. 9-11
                  10. Ireland's Warning for Us Americans, p. 12
                  11. Producer Must Sell, Can't Wait for Price by Bernard J. O'Connor, p. 13
                  12. 'Filty Lucre' in the Early Chruch by Louis B. Ward, pp. 14-15
                  13. Letters, p. 16
                  14. Hull Trade Pacts Should Be Cancelled, pp. 17-19
                  15. U.S. Loses More Ships Than Germany In War, p. 20
                6. [+]
                  February 5, 1940 Issue = 17 Articles
                  1. Who Are the Enemies of Christianity In U.S.?, p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. Under U.S. Sentence Browder Urges Revolt, p. 3
                  4. Discussing 'A' Christian Front by Rev. Chas. E. Coughlin, p. 4
                  5. C.I.O.-New Deal Split Stuns Political Camps, p. 5
                  6. Editorials, p. 6
                  7. Hope of Christian Europe Lies in Rome by Dr. J.S. Barnes, p. 7
                  8. Usury in the Middle Ages by Louis B. Ward, p. 8
                  9. Congress Looks Into Our National Defense, p. 9
                  10. Fr. Coughlin's Critics Shrink to 'Germ' Size, p. 10
                  11. 'Hireling Clergy' Fronts for Attackers, p. 11
                  12. Democracy as a New Religion, p. 12
                  13. Sedition Forgotten It's 'Smear Coughlin!', pp. 13-14
                  14. Workers' Prosperity Follows Farm Dollar by Ron. George A. Dondero, p. 15
                  15. Letters, p. 16
                  16. Hundreds More Out To Win $15000.00, pp. 17-19
                  17. Gannett Appears In Presidential Parade, p. 20
                7. [+]
                  February 12, 1940 Issue = 13 Articles
                  1. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  2. Red Passport Forger Backs Coughlin Probe, p. 3
                  3. God Mirrored in Nature by John Henry Newman, p. 4
                  4. See Involvement Plea in British Cash Sag, p. 5
                  5. Editorials, p. 6
                  6. U.S. Government Owns 117 Big Corporations by Bernard J. O'Connor, p. 7
                  7. Abraham Lincoln and Rothschilds, p. 8
                  8. The Jewish Money Lenders by Louis B. Ward, pp. 9-12
                  9. American Imperialism Spreads Its Huge Tentacles Southward, p. 13
                  10. The Voice of Congress, p. 14
                  11. New Deal Brainster Offers Regimentation, p. 15
                  12. Letters, pp. 16-19
                  13. 'Next War' May Start At Allies' Buying Office, p. 20
                8. [+]
                  February 19, 1940 Issue = 15 Articles
                  1. Catholic Bishops Urge Social Justice, p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. U.S. Indictment of 17 Gives Lie to the Press, p. 3
                  4. The Conversion of the Jews by The Rev. William L. Newton, S.S.D., p. 4
                  5. Foreign Firms Limit Sugar; U.S. Pays Them $10-Million, p. 5
                  6. Editorials, p. 6
                  7. Our Gold Problem by Hon. Elmer Thomas, p. 7
                  8. Abraham Lincoln and Rothschilds, p. 8
                  9. 'Christian Century' Joins Smear Brigade, p. 9
                  10. 'The Church and the Social Order', pp. 10-12
                  11. Morgenthau Silver Deals Pile Up Loss, p. 13
                  12. The Morality of Interest by Louis B. Ward, p. 14
                  13. Appropriations Cut Hits Farmer Jobless, p. 15
                  14. Letters, pp. 16-19
                  15. Fight for Principles On Floor of U.S. Senate, p. 20
                9. [+]
                  February 26, 1940 Issue = 18 Articles
                  1. U.S. Price Fixing Skips Farmer City Worker, p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. U.S. Calls Off Case On Red Recruiters, p. 3
                  4. Will Politicians Be Courageous?, p. 4
                  5. War Aims Supplied by 'Neutral' America, p. 5
                  6. Editorials, p. 6
                  7. Farmer and Laborer Left Out in U.S. Price Fixing Economy, p. 7
                  8. Census Taker Soon to Call Will Ask You 81 Questions, p. 8
                  9. Possible Developments of the War in Europe by Dr. J.S. Barnes, p. 9
                  10. 'America' Comments on Christian Front, pp. 10-11
                  11. Work for Your Friend in the Big Contest, pp. 12-14
                  12. Labor Board Practices May Draw Prosecution, p. 15
                  13. How New Deal Is Shifting Tax Burden From Wealthy Onto Poor by Bernard J. O'Connor, pp. 16-17
                  14. The Voice of Congress, p. 18
                  15. The Responsibility of Wealth by Louis B. Ward, p. 19
                  16. Letters, p. 20
                  17. Destroy Germany! Is British Demand, pp. 21-23
                  18. Mr. Vandenberg Issues His Recovery Program, p. 24
                10. [+]
                  March 4, 1940 Issue = 17 Articles
                  1. Is Mayor LaGuardia Hunting Christians?, p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. Two Years in Prison Is Wiener Sentence, p. 3
                  4. We Pause to Remember, p. 4
                  5. F.C.C. Winks As Monopoly in Radio Grows Is Charge, p. 5
                  6. Editorials, p. 6
                  7. India's Challenge to England by Dun Corriga, p. 7
                  8. Christ the Worker As Model for Labor, p. 8
                  9. War Propagandists Repeating 1914-17, p. 9
                  10. Last 'Clean-Up' Hour At Hand, pp. 10-11
                  11. Avoidance of Interest by Louis B. Ward, p. 12
                  12. U.S. Corporations Are Losing Money, p. 13
                  13. The Voice of Congress, p. 14
                  14. Labor Board Threatens Freedom of the Press, p. 15
                  15. Letters, p. 16
                  16. Birth Control Cult Claims It's Popular, pp. 17-19
                  17. Keeping U.S. Out of War Is Biggest Senate Fight, p. 20
                11. [+]
                  March 11, 1940 Issue = 19 Articles
                  1. G.O.P. 1940 Platform Challenges New Deal, p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. Communism Tomorrow Fr. Coughlin's Topic, p. 3
                  4. Communism Accepts Religion by Father Coughlin, p. 4
                  5. Russia's Aggression Traced to Aid of U.S., p. 5
                  6. Editorials, p. 6
                  7. The Medieval Guilds by Louis B. Ward, p. 7
                  8. Col. House and Welles Will Find Same Answer, p. 8
                  9. The Immorality of Interest, p. 9
                  10. G.O.P. Program Aimed at Evils of New Deal, p. 10
                  11. Congress to Blame for Farmer's Plight by Hon. Lynn J. Frazier, p. 11
                  12. Mr. Roosevelt's Popularity Up With the War, p. 12
                  13. How U.S. Could Use Nation's Idle Gold, p. 13
                  14. Letters, p. 14
                  15. Nation's Trade Treaties Winning Extended Life, p. 15
                  16. The Church Farm and the Politician, p. 16
                  17. $600.00 In 'Quick' Prizes!, p. 17
                  18. On the Mystery of Pain, pp. 18-19
                  19. American Farmer's Fate In Hands of Congress, p. 20
                12. [+]
                  March 18, 1940 Issue = 17 Articles
                  1. U.S. Neutrality Periled By Export-Import Bank, p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. Bondholder Still Dodge Income Tax by Pat Maley, p. 3
                  4. The History of Holy Week by Father Coughlin, p. 4
                  5. Hand of Banker Seen Behind New F.D.I.C. 'Bungalow' Bill, p. 5
                  6. Editorials, p. 6
                  7. St. Patrick: Patron of Ireland, p. 7
                  8. The Rise of the Crafts Guilds by Louis B. Ward, p. 8
                  9. The Prospects of a Good Peace by Dr. J.S. Barnes, p. 9
                  10. Big Business Benefits From Export-Import Bank, p. 10
                  11. The Immorality of Interest, p. 11
                  12. Wallace Once for Cost of Production by Bernard J. O'Connor, pp. 12-13
                  13. The Voice of Congress, p. 14
                  14. Agriculture Business Hit by Trade Treaties, p. 15
                  15. Letters, p. 16
                  16. Monday Is 'Deadline' on Special Prizes, pp. 17-19
                  17. True Liberalism Needed In Councils of Nation, p. 20
                13. [+]
                  March 25, 1940 Issue = 16 Articles
                  1. U.S. Pushes Trade Plan As World Peace Step, pp. 1-2
                  2. From the Tower by Father Coughlin, p. 3
                  3. Farm Group to Seek Low Mortgage Rates, p. 4
                  4. Secrecy of Bankruptcy Deal Draws Congressional Attack, p. 5
                  5. Editorials, p. 6
                  6. British Radical Here on Secret Mission, p. 7
                  7. Dinner Chat, p. 8
                  8. The Work of the Craft Guilds in England by Louis B. Ward, p. 9
                  9. Last Call To Enter Contest, pp. 10-11
                  10. European Conflict Is Not a Holy War by Rev. John A. O'Brien, p. 12
                  11. U.S. Trade Laws Block Path to Lasting Peace by Joseph P. Wright, p. 13
                  12. You Can't Eat Gold But Russia Has It, p. 14
                  13. Economists Committee Reports on 'Results', p. 15
                  14. Letters, p. 16
                  15. The Cross and Suffering by Rev. Chas. E. Coughlin, pp. 17-19
                  16. Fighters for Principle Resist Senate Pressure, p. 20
              2. [+]
                Issues of Apr.-Jun. 1940 = 13 Issues, 183 Articles
                1. [+]
                  April 1, 1940 Issue = 19 Articles
                  1. Peace Efforts Fail Total War Emminent, p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. From the Tower by Father Coughlin, p. 3
                  4. U.S. Milk Imports Blast Surplus Myth, p. 4
                  5. New War Debt Problem Rises In Credit Appeal of Allies, p. 5
                  6. Editorials, p. 6
                  7. U.S. Youth Jobless Enlist as Canadians, p. 7
                  8. New Yorkers Renew Fight on Russell, p. 8
                  9. Fisheries Dispute Rocks New England by Joseph P. Wright, p. 9
                  10. Finnish-Soviet Peace May Doom Allied Coup by Leon Hamilton, p. 10
                  11. Bolshevization of Reich Feared If War Goes On by Rev. John A. O'Brien, p. 10
                  12. Who Now Receives Living Annual Wage?, p. 11
                  13. Some Lessons From the English Guilds by Louis B. Ward, p. 12
                  14. Comment, p. 13
                  15. The Story of the Resurrection, pp. 14-15
                  16. Letters, p. 16
                  17. Two Weeks To $15000 In Prizes, pp. 17-18
                  18. April Fool Uncle, p. 19
                  19. Hatch Takes Politics Out of Public Service, p. 20
                2. [+]
                  April 8, 1940 Issue = 14 Articles
                  1. Plane Deal Endangers United States' Peace, p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. From the Tower by Father Coughlin, p. 3
                  4. Massingale Leads New Drive for Agriculture, p. 4
                  5. Pittman Fights But Loses Trade Battle, p. 5
                  6. Editorials, p. 6
                  7. Spivak Arrested on Criminal Libel Charge, p. 7
                  8. Let us Solve Our Home Problems by Rev. Charles E. Coughlin, p. 8
                  9. 'Academic Freedom,' No Excuse for Mr. Russell by Francis J. Donohue, p. 9
                  10. Congress Has No Voice in New Bank Venture, p. 10
                  11. Robert Lansing and the War, p. 11
                  12. The Medieval Guilds in France by Louis B. Ward, pp. 12-13
                  13. Letters, pp. 14-19
                  14. Senate's First Concern Should Be For the Poor, p. 20
                3. [+]
                  April 15, 1940 Issue = 14 Articles
                  1. Senate Seeks End To Diplomatic Dangers, p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. From the Tower by Father Coughlin, p. 3
                  4. Under-Consumption by Poor Hits Farm Income, p. 4
                  5. Efforts to Curb Hull Treaty Powers Beaten, p. 5
                  6. Editorials, p. 6
                  7. False Press Story Marks Trial Opening, p. 7
                  8. Flaws In Our Money System by Rev. Charles E. Coughlin, p. 8
                  9. The French Guilds and the 'Bibles of the Poor' by Louis B. Ward, p. 9
                  10. Pope Benedict's Plan for Peace, p. 10
                  11. New British Trade Law Hits U.S. Importers, p. 11
                  12. Wanted: Farm Homemakers by Msgr. Luigi G. Ligutti and Rev. John C. Rawe, S.J., ..., pp. 12-13
                  13. Letters, pp. 14-19
                  14. Taxation Must Be On Ability-To-Pay Base, p. 20
                4. [+]
                  April 22, 1940 Issue = 16 Articles
                  1. Socialists Challenge 'Death of Capitalism', p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. From the Tower by Father Coughlin, p. 3
                  4. Bankers Assail Farmer Debt Relief as Threat to Nation, p. 4
                  5. Britain France Seek Trade Credit in U.S., p. 5
                  6. Editorials, p. 6
                  7. Death of Defendant Marks Sedition Trial, p. 7
                  8. The Abuse of Federal Bonds by Rev. Charles E. Coughlin, p. 8
                  9. The Situation in India Today by Dr. J.S. Barnes, p. 9
                  10. America: Democracy or Republic?, p. 10
                  11. Our War Loans of 1914-1916, p. 11
                  12. True Fabric Bill Aims at Protection of Poor, p. 12
                  13. The Guilds of Italy by Louis B. Ward, p. 13
                  14. Letters, pp. 14-16
                  15. Though for the Week by Father Coughlin, pp. 17-19
                  16. Senatos Should Oppose 'Special Interest' Pleas, p. 20
                5. [+]
                  April 29, 1940 Issue = 18 Articles
                  1. Why America Must Keep Out of War, p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. From the Tower by Father Coughlin, p. 3
                  4. Cost-of-Production Is Sound Farm Program, p. 4
                  5. 'War Scare' Breaks Out After Norway Invasion, p. 5
                  6. Editorials, p. 6
                  7. Informer's Father Was British Agent, p. 7
                  8. Bankers Close to U.S. War Policy, p. 8
                  9. Let Europe Pay War Debts by U.S. Senator Ernest Lundeen, p. 9
                  10. The Artist Guilds of Italy by Louis B. Ward, pp. 10-11
                  11. An Analysis of Interest by Rev. James McShane, p. 12
                  12. The Situation in India by Dr. J.S. Barnes, p. 13
                  13. Letters, p. 14
                  14. Cure of Nation's Unemployment As Simple As Its Cause: Money by Robert L. Owen, p. 15
                  15. Why Isn't Credit Good? British Ask, p. 16
                  16. Gold and the Second World War, p. 17
                  17. Religious Education Seen As Need of Today, pp. 18-19
                  18. Senate Leaders Fight To Keep U.S. At Peace, p. 20
                6. [+]
                  May 6, 1940 Issue = 17 Articles
                  1. Jones Calls for Lower Tax Interest On Homes, p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. From the Tower by Father Coughlin, p. 3
                  4. Reds Plot to Tie Up Nation Witness Says, p. 4
                  5. U.S. Involved in Aid to One-Third of World, p. 5
                  6. Letters, p. 6
                  7. G-Men Tell Story of Sedition Inquiry, pp. 7-8
                  8. Who Owns the Federal Reserve Banks?, p. 9
                  9. An Analysis of Interest by Rev. James McShane, p. 10
                  10. The Guilds In Germany, and the Low Countires by Louis B. Ward, p. 11
                  11. Lansing Documents Tell Startling Story, p. 12
                  12. American Agriculture Needs Its Own Bank, p. 13
                  13. Letters, p. 14
                  14. Glass Criticizes U.S. Treasury Policy, p. 15
                  15. Rumblings of Revolt South of the Border, p. 16
                  16. Veteran Workers Win Contest Awards, pp. 17-19
                  17. Leaders In U.S. Senate Support Liberal Views, p. 20
                7. [+]
                  May 13, 1940 Issue = 16 Articles
                  1. Justice Department Takes Over Control, p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. A Page of Comment by Father Coughlin, p. 3
                  4. Wage-Hour Foes Would Cut Purchasing Power, p. 4
                  5. Defendants' Statements Read In Government's 'Plot' Trial, p. 5
                  6. Editorials, p. 6
                  7. Senator Adams Pleads For U.S. Shipping, p. 7
                  8. Lansing's Documents Disclose Loan Deals, p. 8
                  9. Financial Liberty, pp. 9-11
                  10. U.S. Needs Federal Banking Policy, p. 12
                  11. Practical Lessons From the Guilds, p. 13
                  12. Letters, p. 14
                  13. 'English Ran Out on Us' Norse Commander's Plaint, p. 15
                  14. Farmer Is Thinking About Own Problems by Bernard J. O'Connor, p. 16
                  15. Dismissal of Red Recruiters Assailed, pp. 17-19
                  16. Spirit of La Follette Lives In Famous Son, p. 20
                8. [+]
                  May 20, 1940 Issue = 14 Articles
                  1. World Turns To Plans For Peace After War, p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. World Heads Toward Total War, Issue at Stake Is 'Capitalism' by Father Coughlin, p. 3
                  4. Bridges' 'Pull' With Labor Board Alleged, p. 4
                  5. U.S. Will Dominate Inter-American Bank, p. 5
                  6. Editorials, p. 6
                  7. A Page of Comment by Father Coughlin, pp. 7-8
                  8. Two Are Dismissed In Conspiracy Case, pp. 9-11
                  9. Some Applications of the Guild Idea by Louis B. Ward, p. 12
                  10. The Federation of European Nations by Leon Hamilton, p. 13
                  11. Letters, p. 14
                  12. Alien Agents and War Propaganda by Hon. Lewis D. Thill, pp. 15-16
                  13. Sons of War Lands Are Loyal Americans, pp. 17-19
                  14. 'Baby' of U.S. Senate Is a Battling Liberal, p. 20
                9. [+]
                  May 27, 1940 Issue = 14 Articles
                  1. United States Now Stands On Own Feet, p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. A Page of Comment, p. 3
                  4. Sentiment Increases for Credit to Allies, p. 4
                  5. End to Freedom Seen in War Finance Plan, p. 5
                  6. Editorials, p. 6
                  7. Youngest Defendant Denies Plot Charges, pp. 7-8
                  8. Spheres of Influence by Louis B. Ward, p. 9
                  9. What Is Usuary? by Father Coughlin, pp. 10-11
                  10. At Least, Gold Teeth Will Brighten Smiles! by Prof. Gould E. Loxx, p. 12
                  11. War Conquers Diplomacy, p. 13
                  12. Letters, p. 14
                  13. The Speechless 'Voice', pp. 15-19
                  14. Author of Johnson Act Implacable Foe of War, p. 20
                10. [+]
                  June 3, 1940 Issue = 13 Articles
                  1. The 'Small Minority' Threatens U.S. Peace, p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. A Page of Comment, pp. 3-5
                  4. Editorials, p. 6
                  5. John Cassidy Denies Charges of Sedition, p. 7
                  6. Defense Program Is Challenge to Labor, p. 8
                  7. Billions Spent; U.S. Still Weak on Arms, p. 9
                  8. War Conquers Diplomacy, p. 10
                  9. Spheres of Influence by Louis B. Ward, p. 11
                  10. Farmers See 'Joker' In Wallace Credit, p. 12
                  11. The Scandinavian Adventure by Dr. J.S. Barnes, pp. 13-15
                  12. Letters, pp. 16-19
                  13. Issues More Important Than Party Allegiance, p. 20
                11. [+]
                  June 10, 1940 Issue = 12 Articles
                  1. American Nations Need To Begin Peace Plans, p. 1
                  2. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  3. A Page of Comment, pp. 3-7
                  4. Editorials, p. 8
                  5. Mystery Man Tells Jury of Life Abroad, pp. 9-11
                  6. Sight Trend Away From Wealth-Concentration, p. 12
                  7. Congress Lays Arms Burden on Taxpayers, p. 13
                  8. War Conquers Diplomacy, p. 14
                  9. Future for Americas by Louis B. Ward, p. 15
                  10. Letters, p. 16
                  11. Congress Again Fails the American Farmer by William Lemke, pp. 17-19
                  12. Labor Farm Have Friend In Senate's 'Freshman', p. 20
                12. [+]
                  June 17, 1940 Issue = 11 Articles
                  1. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  2. United States Definitely in the War, pp. 3-7
                  3. Editorials, p. 8
                  4. Here Come the British!...'With a Bang Bang!', p. 9
                  5. President Roosevelt Said, p. 10
                  6. You're in the Army Now!, pp. 11-12
                  7. Sale of Arms Jars United States Defense, p. 13
                  8. New Type Blockade Is Starving England, p. 14
                  9. Charges Government's Informer Was the Only Plotter of Crime, p. 15
                  10. Letters, pp. 16-17
                  11. What Is This Fifth Column?, pp. 18-20
                13. [+]
                  June 24, 1940 Issue = 5 Articles
                  1. The Charlottesville Speech; a Parallel; Ouster, p. 3
                  2. Prospect; Gain and Loss; Mr. Roosevelt and the Force; Dagger in the Back, p. 4
                  3. Again---John Bull; Defeat; Realities, p. 5
                  4. A Damnable Boast; Frederic R. Coudert; Joe and Adolf; Father Gillis, p. 6
                  5. Hitler Over America; Ethel Watters; Torpedoed; H.L. Mencken, pp. 7-20
              3. [+]
                Issues of Jul.-Sep. 1940 = 14 Issues, 147 Articles
                1. [+]
                  July 1, 1940 Issue = 7 Articles
                  1. An Opportunity; Roosevelt the Dictator; Knox and Stimson, p. 3
                  2. On Our Own; Sidney Hillman; A Forecast; C.C.C. Camps; Robert H. Jackson; Petain, p. 4
                  3. British Refuse to Recognize Armistice; Congress; Monroe Doctrine, p. 5
                  4. John L. Lewis Awakens; "My Day" My Word!; "Defender of the Faith"; Britains' Child Cru..., pp. 6-8
                  5. Total War---Total Peace; Secretary Woodring; Hate; Stampede, p. 9
                  6. Military Training; A Lesson; Democracy, pp. 10-12
                  7. Not Guilty!, pp. 13-20
                2. [+]
                  July 8, 1940 Issue = 5 Articles
                  1. The Republican Platform; Republican Convention; A New Deal---or What?, p. 3
                  2. Christian Fronters; "We Women", p. 4
                  3. Herbert Hoover; University of Michigan; Forecast: Henry Ford, p. 5
                  4. Joseph P. Kennedy; "Department of Justice on Trial", p. 6
                  5. Panama Canal; Bank of England; Senator Key Pittman; Japan, pp. 7-20
                3. [+]
                  July 15, 1940 Issue = 11 Articles
                  1. Dinner Chat, p. 2
                  2. Comment, pp. 3-7
                  3. Editorials, p. 8
                  4. Equality Magazine, p. 9
                  5. Russia and Germany - a Mystery, p. 10
                  6. The Monroe Doctrine, p. 11
                  7. British Statements, p. 12
                  8. The 'Filth' Columnists, p. 13
                  9. Letters, pp. 14-15
                  10. Wouldn't Stand for It Woodring Told Kansans, pp. 16-17
                  11. Victory Rally Held for Plot Defendants, pp. 18-20
                4. [+]
                  July 22, 1940 Issue = 8 Articles
                  1. Chicago Convention; The Alien New Deal; Fascist France; Corporative State, p. 3
                  2. Democracy: Edward and Wallis; Rothschild, p. 4
                  3. National Defense; Motordom; 1939 Taxes, p. 5
                  4. Jewish Plot; At It Again; Congressman Rankin; Bells; Osservatore Romano; Birkhead, p. 6
                  5. Our Youth---Yes or No?; Walter Winchell; H.L. Mencken, pp. 7-11
                  6. The London Catholic Herald; Is This So?; The Dublin Standard; Opportunity, p. 12
                  7. Floyd Gibbons---Come to Life, p. 13
                  8. Our War; Total Christianity, pp. 14-20
                5. [+]
                  July 29, 1940 Issue = 8 Articles
                  1. The Chicago Convention; Traditions; Fake Pep, p. 3
                  2. Democratic Platform; Platform Hypocrisy; "M" Day, p. 4
                  3. War in Ten Days; The Acceptance Speech; Mr. Roosevelt on the Third Term; Appeasement; "..., pp. 5-7
                  4. 'Daily Worker'; Red Hollywood; Moe Annenberg; Persecuting the Fronters; Here's Team Wor..., pp. 8-11
                  5. International Situation; Britain's Plight; English Bishops; H.L. Mencken; Stalin Bides ..., p. 12
                  6. They Call Us Yellow, p. 13
                  7. National Defense; How Our Gold Is In Use; Frane versus Pound; Know Your Neighbor, p. 14
                  8. Smearing Mr. Willkie, pp. 15-20
                6. [+]
                  August 5, 1940 Issue = 9 Articles
                  1. Cuban Conference; Side Issue; Father Coughlin to Broadcast; Washington Whisper, p. 3
                  2. The Four Horsemen; Meet "Judge" Rutherford, p. 4
                  3. British for Roosevelt; Reds in Offices; British Super-tax; Major Al Williams; The Day P..., pp. 5-6
                  4. Jewish Drilling; Drill Master Hefter; The "Jewish Criterion"; Dear Mexico; Put in Their..., p. 7
                  5. Mr. James Roosevelt; Mutual Radio System; An Editorial Spanking, pp. 8-11
                  6. The New Draft Bill, p. 12
                  7. Modern Pilgrims; Soviet New York; Why the Big Army; Synthetic Rubber; Monetary Reform, p. 13
                  8. The Fifth Column Discovered; Two News Items; Flying for Britain, p. 14
                  9. The Hitler Stoppers; "Il Luce" Pays Off, pp. 15-20
                7. [+]
                  August 12, 1940 Issue = 12 Articles
                  1. Britain's Plight; Spain and the War; Cuban Conference; An Ice Cream 'Spy', p. 3
                  2. Japanese Seize Britons; South Africa; Neville Chamberlain; Britain-France; Communism th..., p. 4
                  3. National Defense; Will the Jews Support F.D.R.?; C.I.O. Roosevelt Draft, pp. 5-6
                  4. Reverend Edward Brophy; More Propaganda; Blood Money, p. 7
                  5. Father Brown S.J.; Blashemy, p. 8
                  6. Jewish Congressmen Defend Bridges; Sidney Hillman; George A. Dondero, p. 9
                  7. The Real Fifth Column---Soviet Promise Breakers, p. 10
                  8. 'Inside Europe', p. 11
                  9. New France; The Petain Government; A Runner Outer; France and Democracy, p. 12
                  10. Will They Ever Learn?; Silencing Dorothy; New Zealand Speaks Out, p. 13
                  11. Press Opinion on Draft---Why the Hysteria?, p. 14
                  12. Strange Case of Col. Knox 'Martyr'; A British Protectorate, pp. 15-20
                8. [+]
                  August 19, 1940 Issue = 10 Articles
                  1. Senators Holt and Minton; Their Fight and the Reason Behind It, p. 3
                  2. Betrayal, p. 4
                  3. Unpreparedness; Asia for the Asiatics, p. 5
                  4. Editorials, p. 6
                  5. 3000 Against Coughlin; Miss Perkins; Strong Words on Morgenthau; Dillusionment, p. 7
                  6. Harry H. Woodring; More Coffins; Navy Pay for Not Working; The Conscript, p. 8
                  7. Jewish Rabbi; 'Pins and Needles', pp. 9-11
                  8. At War in Six Months; A Little Leadership; Belching, p. 12
                  9. The Lindberghs; Some Facts About England; A Ghost Comes Home, p. 13
                  10. Fifth Column in Congress; American Tradition; Defense Spending, pp. 14-20
                9. [+]
                  August 26, 1940 Issue = 12 Articles
                  1. Mr. Willkie Accepts the Nomination, p. 3
                  2. The Hatch Act; Willkie Refuses F.D.R.; Doghouse Heroes; Gen. Hugh Johnson; Prayer for P..., p. 4
                  3. Conscription: General Shedd, p. 5
                  4. Editorials, p. 6
                  5. Chrysler Motor Corporation; Major Seversky; Senator Wheeler, p. 7
                  6. India; Petain; Lest We Forget, p. 8
                  7. Ambassador Cudahy; Sixteen Mile Shave; Ireland; Chicago Daily News; Roosevelt Earnings, pp. 9-11
                  8. Nest of Subversion; Red Hollywood; Strong Man; European Famine, p. 12
                  9. Col. Stimson Wants War; 'Deep Stuff', p. 13
                  10. The New Deal Slush Fund; Religious Issue; New Deal Sidelights; Henry Ford, p. 14
                  11. The National Income; Conscription Slavery; A 'Boy Mayor', pp. 15-17
                  12. Pro-British Rally; General Pershing's Speech, pp. 18-20
                10. [+]
                  September 2, 1940 Issue = 12 Articles
                  1. British-U.S. Tie-up; Hore-Belisha; 48 States or More, p. 3
                  2. The Panama Canal Zone; Latin America, p. 4
                  3. Both Candidates Dodge; Senator Claude Pepper; Re Mr. Harold Ickes; Labor Leaders for Co..., p. 5
                  4. Editorials, p. 6
                  5. "I.I.C."; PM: Pro-Marx; Reds Claim Credit; Not Subversive; Lloyd's of London, p. 7
                  6. Year Enlistments Kept Secret; Suffer Little Children, p. 8
                  7. Russia's Intentions; Foreign Trade; Nazis Tighten Grip, pp. 9-11
                  8. A Jewish Front; Jews Out of Europe, p. 12
                  9. Workers Alliance Red After All, p. 13
                  10. Who's to Blame?; How to Defeat Hitler, p. 14
                  11. H.L. Mencken on Youth; Mexico; Aluminum, pp. 15-17
                  12. Believe It or Not Who Said That?, pp. 18-20
                11. [+]
                  September 9, 1940 Issue = 12 Articles
                  1. Willkie and the Jews; Fr. Coughlin's Answer, p. 3
                  2. An Open Letter to Wendell Willkie; Texas Speaks to Wendell Willkie; Jews and Advertising, p. 4
                  3. Sir George Paish; Join the R.A.F.; Coughlin-Bund; German Bishops, p. 5
                  4. Editorials, p. 6
                  5. The Conscription Bill; Mothers' 'Death Watch'; The Mercy Ship; Bishop Noll's Prayer, p. 7
                  6. A Judaic War; Fall of Empire Means World Peace, p. 8
                  7. Foreign Policy; War Expert; Daladier for the Reds; Japan's 'New Order', pp. 9-11
                  8. Refugees vs. Indians; The Jewish 'Sentinel' and the Confessional, p. 12
                  9. Behind the War; Finger Bowls 'On Order'; Kuhn Loeb & Company, p. 13
                  10. Press Opinion; Hemisphere Defense, p. 14
                  11. Our Island Ramparts; Fraud in Washington?; Drummer Boys, pp. 15-17
                  12. Christian Culture; First Essential: Population, pp. 18-20
                12. [+]
                  September 16, 1940 Issue = 14 Articles
                  1. Congress Retreats; Cleveland Press; King Carol Quits M.P. to Phil!, p. 3
                  2. Jittery Consciences; John Bull Takes Over; Is Celler 'Anti-Semitic'?, p. 4
                  3. Plant Seizure Out; Hitler the G.O.P. Candidate; More About Lindbergh; Mr. Willkie's 'Br..., p. 5
                  4. Editorial: War Prospects; September 1 1940; Senator Ernest Lundeen; Paul Mallow; Few U..., p. 6
                  5. Voice of Treason; 'Current Biography'; Spies, p. 7
                  6. Britain Is Winning?; Hitler-Stalin-Balkans; Costa Rican Culture; Save British Children;..., p. 8
                  7. PM---Pro-Marx or Post-Mortem; Hearing Postponed; Justice Frankfurter, p. 9
                  8. Facts and Forecasts: We Told You So, p. 10
                  9. [+]
                    Book Not to Be Read, p. 11 - 1 Review
                    1. Disgrace Abounding by Douglas Reed
                  10. Too 'Hot' to Handle; 'Dictator' Roosevelt Commits an Act of War, p. 12
                  11. Laws Made to Order; Oil; W.R. Hearst and Mr. F.D.R., p. 13
                  12. Our Preparedness; Black Magic; Mme. Tabouis; The Drift to War, p. 14
                  13. Clare Hoffman; Elliott Roosevelt; Pepper Pot; Dr. Edward Lodge Curran, pp. 15-19
                  14. The Nation's Outlook, p. 20
                13. [+]
                  September 23, 1940 Issue = 13 Articles
                  1. No Coughlin Broadcast, p. 3
                  2. War Within Four Months; Einstein; Fifth Column Taxes, p. 4
                  3. Carnage-Sabotage; And Now Conscription; A World War Lesson; Nazi Observations, p. 5
                  4. Editorials, p. 6
                  5. Impeach Roosevelt?; Reverend C.E.C. and John L. Lewis; Museum Antique; Rothschild House..., p. 7
                  6. Hollywood---The Tower of Babel, p. 8
                  7. Warning: Mr. Kennedy Laughs; Warmaker Raemakers; Hitler Roosevelt's Hope, pp. 9-11
                  8. O'Connor Urges Farley to Publish Diary, p. 12
                  9. Press Hails Farley; Calls Sweeney Traitor; 'Kansas City Star', p. 13
                  10. A Gold War; Democracy in Cyprus; Yeast; War Profits; Not Unanimous, p. 14
                  11. High-Handed John Bull; Boake Carter and the Duke; Wally Wins; Language Not Enough, pp. 15-17
                  12. Press Opinion; 'Army and Navy Journal'; Our Chief Defense; Lost Perspective; Danger to ..., pp. 18-19
                  13. The Dictatorship of Democracy, p. 20
                14. [+]
                  September 30, 1940 Issue = 14 Articles
                  1. Britain and U.S. Merge Assets; France and Japan; French Indict Daladier, p. 3
                  2. New York Times---Willkie---and the Press, p. 4
                  3. Willkie at Los Angeles; Hugh Johnson---Roosevelt; Ireland next?, p. 5
                  4. Editorials, p. 6
                  5. Well It Happened!; Out of Babies' Mouths; Who'd Have Thunk It?; B'nai B'rith Messenger..., p. 7
                  6. Politics First Farmers Must Wait; A President Said It; Conscription Backers, p. 8
                  7. Coughlin Broadcasts---"The American Hebrew"; Pearson and Allen; Norfolk Ledger-Dispatch..., pp. 9-10
                  8. British Honor Betrayed, p. 11
                  9. Perfected Praise; Thomas Carlyle on Democracy; Religion and Crime, p. 12
                  10. Wallace's Farmer; Raps Candidate Wallace, p. 13
                  11. How Congress Voted on Conscription, p. 14
                  12. Our Skyrocketing Deficit; Another Relic; To the Last American; Stettinius Secret Report, pp. 15-17
                  13. Stones and Peace Prayers; Here's a Tip-off; The Times and Censorship; The Gutenberg Tra..., pp. 18-19
                  14. The Air Raids Are On, p. 20
              4. [+]
                Issues of Oct.-Dec. 1940 = 13 Issues, 176 Articles
                1. [+]
                  October 7, 1940 Issue = 11 Articles
                  1. Let's Tell the Truth; Wallace for President, p. 3
                  2. Britain---Sunday; Dumb and Dumber; Hagfish; Willkie's Campaign, p. 4
                  3. The Dakar Bungle; Battle of London, p. 5
                  4. Editorials, p. 6
                  5. Off the Air; Made in U.S.A.; Exposing Mr. Roosevelt; Allied Relief Fund, p. 7
                  6. The United Jews; 'On Hand' and 'On Order'; Always a Bank and Profits; Elliott Roosevel..., p. 8
                  7. Senate Votes to Keep U.S. Bonds Tax Exempt; Mr. O'Connor's Protest, pp. 9-11
                  8. William Allen White's 'Propaganda Engine', pp. 12-16
                  9. Boake Carter Clears Name of Lundeen; 'America First', p. 17
                  10. Readers Poll Views on Election, pp. 18-19
                  11. Regimentation of Radio, p. 20
                2. [+]
                  October 14, 1940 Issue = 10 Articles
                  1. Has the Nazi Blitzkrieg Won?; The War Issue; Western Hemisphere, p. 3
                  2. Ernest Bevin; Peace Overtures; The African Campaign, p. 4
                  3. W.W. and F.D.R.---Bankrupt; Stop That Drift; Excess But Not Taxation, p. 5
                  4. Editorials, p. 6
                  5. The 'Detroit News'---Father Coughlin; 'Osservatore Romano'; The Hidden Trail; Wythe Wil..., p. 7
                  6. Forecast of Peace Terms; Duke of Buccleuch, p. 8
                  7. Wants U.S. In; Heir Apparent; Calling All Reds; Alsop and Kintner; Rabbi Reproves Einstein, pp. 9-11
                  8. Rev. M.S. Sheehy---Rev. Chas. E. Coughlin, pp. 12-17
                  9. Discord Racial or Religious; Drafting Industry, pp. 18-19
                  10. Aid for Conscriptees, p. 20
                3. [+]
                  October 21, 1940 Issue = 14 Articles
                  1. 'On the Road to Mandalay'; Vote for Willkie!, p. 3
                  2. 'Opinion'---Jews and Willkie; Very Appropriate, p. 4
                  3. The Kept Radio; On the Skids; Labor---and War Contracts, p. 5
                  4. Editorials, p. 6
                  5. Bundists Indicted; C.I.T.---N.Y. 'Herald Tribune'; Gerson Out at Last; 'PM' Tottering, p. 7
                  6. Bombs-Beds-Bunk-and Water; Somebody Being Fooled; English Viewpoint, p. 8
                  7. Do the People Care?, pp. 9-11
                  8. Outlining the New Europe; Editorial Confusion, p. 12
                  9. The Schacht Plan; Three Blind Men; Rothschild---and the Gold Hoard, p. 13
                  10. Third Term Dictatorship; The Primrose Path; Strain on Patriotism, p. 14
                  11. Rep. Sabath Asks Soviet Alliance; Healy---Bund---and Father Coughlin, pp. 15-17
                  12. Camping With the Joads; Is Rabbi Goldberg Anti-Semitic?, p. 18
                  13. A Birthday Greeting to Father Coughlin, p. 19
                  14. Singapore and the East, p. 20
                4. [+]
                  October 28, 1940 Issue = 14 Articles
                  1. Well It Has Happened here; Appeasement---Who Are the Appeasers?, p. 3
                  2. Greater Than 27 Predecessors; Whose Tongue Slipped?; The Big Surprise, p. 4
                  3. Some Speed; F.D.R. and Soviet Russia; The Roosvelt Jinx; Airplane Industry; Silver Bullets, p. 5
                  4. Editorials, p. 6
                  5. Beasts or Human Beings; Nickel Baron; Family Rule, p. 7
                  6. France and the Jews; No Jewish Vote?; Rev. Niemoller and 104 Others; Old Europe Gone, p. 8
                  7. Gruesome British Story; President Prevents Probe, pp. 9-11
                  8. British Prediction; Election Interference, p. 12
                  9. New Deal for the Old World; In the Bag, p. 13
                  10. Roosevelt versus Hitler; What's My Name?; Philip A. Adler, p. 14
                  11. Must We Hitlerize?; Soldiers Do Not Vote, pp. 15-17
                  12. Reward Your Congressman; A Jewish State, p. 18
                  13. Lest You Forget; Canadian Defense; More Editorial Confusion, p. 19
                  14. Defend This?, p. 20
                5. [+]
                  November 4, 1940 Issue = 15 Articles
                  1. Dinner Chat; Fr. Gillis Calls for Roosevelt Defeat; British Bigotry, p. 2
                  2. Willkie Our Hope for Prosperity and Peace; Here's the Difference, p. 3
                  3. F.D.R.---'Taint So!; 'Crackpots'; W.W.ism vs. F.D.R.ism, p. 4
                  4. F.D.R.'s Greatest Failure; Hostesses Wanted, p. 5
                  5. Editorials, p. 6
                  6. The 'Little Flower' Wilts; As New York Goes; Our Liberties at Stake, p. 7
                  7. Clare Boothe and Dottie Thompson; When Mr. Kennedy Talks, p. 8
                  8. Some Needed Facts; France Forever; Bahrein Bombed; Colonel McCormick, pp. 9-11
                  9. More Than a Tradition It's a Principle; Their Difference is Important; There IS a Diff..., p. 12
                  10. Roosevelt-Hitler-Willkie; An 'Inner' Campaign; New Deal Record Matter for Debate, p. 13
                  11. Mr. Roosevelt's 'Mandates'; Third Term Fakery, p. 14
                  12. Mr. Willkie More Right Than He Realizes; Institute for Propaganda Analysis, pp. 15-17
                  13. How New Deal Wars on Religion; Reds in Sea Union, p. 18
                  14. A Birthday Tribute to Father Coughlin, p. 19
                  15. Willkie or War, p. 20
                6. [+]
                  November 11, 1940 Issue = 15 Articles
                  1. Who Lost the Presidential Election?; Ten Years Hence, p. 3
                  2. Charles Chaplin; He Spared Stalin; Figures or Pay Checks, p. 4
                  3. The Real Issue; What Price Defense; Censored in New York; Farm Cost Lesson, p. 5
                  4. Editorials, p. 6
                  5. Refugees or Cowards; Immigrant Talents; Not 'That Kind' of Hostess, p. 7
                  6. A Secret Plane to Ottawa; Irvin S. Cobb; 'The Detroit News' Commentator, p. 8
                  7. New War Deal in the Pacific; Why Are We Not Told?; Presto 'Democracy!', p. 9
                  8. Our New Trade With Soviet Russia; Well Well!, p. 10
                  9. The Warship Bungle; The World Tomorrow, p. 11
                  10. Belated Justice; Soviet Friendship, p. 12
                  11. Loans Bear Interest; Man vs. State; Slandering the Dead, p. 13
                  12. Censorship and Opinion; Destruction as an Industry; Who Started It?; Anglophiles and En..., p. 14
                  13. If the Constitution Goes What Is Left?; Sabath and the Fifth Column, pp. 15-18
                  14. A Letter to 'Social Justice', p. 19
                  15. After the War---Chaos, p. 20
                7. [+]
                  November 18, 1940 Issue = 14 Articles
                  1. Dinner Chat: National Unity; Strength in Unity; Anonymous Letters, p. 2
                  2. Post-Mortems and Hopes, p. 3
                  3. 'Union Now'---Aid for Britain, p. 4
                  4. And Now Our Guns; No War for United States?, p. 5
                  5. Editorials, p. 6
                  6. Crackpots; Marcantonio; John Lewis; Hail and Farewell, p. 7
                  7. Father Coughlin versus Katharine Fitzgerald, p. 8
                  8. Why Spain Is on the Blacklist; $60-Billion Debt; Tomorrow's Reckoning, p. 9
                  9. Stalin the Enigma; Soviet Makes Deals With Both Sides; Beware Russia's Help, p. 10
                  10. Swords vs. Plowshares; Empty Schools---Jobless Teachers, p. 11
                  11. Hollywood's Campaign, p. 12
                  12. Press Views on the Election, pp. 13-18
                  13. Writer in England Attends Church; Oil Is 'Dynamite', p. 19
                  14. National Unity, p. 20
                8. [+]
                  November 25, 1940 Issue = 15 Articles
                  1. Hitler-Molotov; Let's Get Down to National Defense, p. 3
                  2. Lord Lothian Will Win; 'Wolf! Wolf!' A Reader's Answer to 'Detroit News' Commentator, p. 4
                  3. Ambassador Kennedy Says 'Yes' Ambassador Kennedy Says 'No'; 40-Hour Week Farewell; 'O..., p. 5
                  4. Editorials, p. 6
                  5. Father Coughlin 28 Critics 0; Zionists; National Unity?; Unholy Alliance; The 'Hobo Ne..., p. 7
                  6. Loyal Opposition; Paul Mallon Cracked Down; The British Want Us in Their War; Rabbi Wise, p. 8
                  7. Behind the War---Great Britain Chose It; A Monetary Revolt; Dr. J.S. Barnes, p. 9
                  8. Communism in the Army;Karl von Wiegand; Why Coddle Russia?, p. 10
                  9. Neutral Ship Manuevers; Merchant Marine; Multiple Enemies, p. 11
                  10. When America Gives; Priests in Germany; New Japanese Move, p. 12
                  11. Friction in the Axis; The Spectre of Famine; The Red Shield, p. 13
                  12. General Hugh Johnson Eats Crow; It's Still Roosevelt; What a Question!; Ireland and the..., p. 14
                  13. Senator Lee's Money Bill; So It's Democracy; Time for a Check-up, pp. 15-18
                  14. Father Lord Questions Einstein; Where Do Catholics Life?; Archbishop Mannix, p. 19
                  15. Will Britain Win?, p. 20
                9. [+]
                  December 2, 1940 Issue = 15 Articles
                  1. C.I.O.---the Next Four Years; War Progress---Outcome, p. 3
                  2. $50-Billion a Year for War, p. 4
                  3. National Guard Troops Cold-Storaged in Camp; Why Keep Willkie?; 'Iffing' Mr. Willkie, p. 5
                  4. Editorials, p. 6
                  5. Father Coughlin's Highway Plan; Tax-Free Money for Public Works; Principle No. 12, p. 7
                  6. Lion Feuchtwanger; Barred by Winchell!, p. 8
                  7. He Said 'Men'; Air Aid Fables; 20 Degrees It Is; Ireland Remains Neutral, p. 9
                  8. Behind the New Order---Axis Seeks Empire; Britain Hedging on Bases; American Policy to ..., p. 10
                  9. Preview of British Review---A New Money Deal for Post-War Europe, p. 11
                  10. Mr. Ickes and a Free Press; 1917-40; Ought to be Publisher; Opposition Hunted Down, p. 12
                  11. To Help Mr. Roosevelt Keep Peace Promise; The 'Poison Belt'; Mr. Boake Carter, p. 13
                  12. Is It Mobilization? Joseph Hoffman Cohn; Joseph Kennedy---More On Him, p. 14
                  13. Profit Motive; Best Read---Worst Informed; The Flag of England, pp. 15-18
                  14. What Are Britain's War Aims?; Archbishop Glennon, p. 19
                  15. Will the People Win?, p. 20
                10. [+]
                  December 9, 1940 Issue = 15 Articles
                  1. How Goes the War?, p. 3
                  2. 'God's Acres' Pay Off in a Parish School Debt; Dr. Shuster; P.M.'s Spy; National Confer..., p. 4
                  3. Joseph P. Kennedy and the British Plight; Peace with Justice, p. 5
                  4. Editorials, p. 6
                  5. On the Red Front; Election Victory Paraders Mock Christian Religion; New Deal Hate Bree..., p. 7
                  6. Low Wages Spur to Red Sabotage; A.F. of L. Hurls Resolution at Racketeers, p. 8
                  7. Neutrality Patrol Guards Caribbean; 'Experts' Were Gunmen; Far East Bases, p. 9
                  8. We See by the Papers; But How Much Do We Know?; Silly Censorship, p. 10
                  9. Atrocity Stories Due--They're Part of WAr, p. 11
                  10. Walter Winchell; Des Moines 'Register'; Life With Dorothy, p. 12
                  11. Why Trust Russia? What Mother Country?; Guns Before Butter; Drink for Britain, p. 13
                  12. Court Martial Dismisses Case Against Capt. Prout, p. 14
                  13. Hands Across the Border; Fifty More Ships, pp. 15-18
                  14. Catholics Endorse Aid for Britain; Time for a Real Estate Deal, p. 19
                  15. English Profit System Going, p. 20
                11. [+]
                  December 16, 1940 Issue = 12 Articles
                  1. A Go-Ahead Signal to Fascism?, p. 3
                  2. How Goes the War?; Headlines, p. 4
                  3. A Change of Attitude; Jesse Jones and Britain---'A Good Risk'; Portugal's Salazar and A..., p. 5
                  4. Editorials, p. 6
                  5. William Allen White Tells All; British Open Battle for Our Money, p. 7
                  6. Planes---and No Pilots; Alley Cat Out of the Bag; Gold Loans---Friendship, pp. 8-12
                  7. Red Probe in New York Schools; Red Schoolhouses, p. 13
                  8. Bill to Curb Defense Strikes; Election Frauds and Reform; Your Last Moment, p. 14
                  9. Army Men Foresee War; Gold Is Through!; The War Score; 'Pie in the Sky', pp. 15-17
                  10. Two Jewish Stories; Alaskan Refugees; Polish Women's Appeal, p. 18
                  11. Michigan Professors Want to Lick the World; Anti-Semitism a 'Revolt Against Christianit..., p. 19
                  12. Radio in a Jam, p. 20
                12. [+]
                  December 23, 1940 Issue = 11 Articles
                  1. Investigate the White Committee!, p. 3
                  2. Capt. Edward Rickenbacker Jolts America; Christmas Stockings, p. 4
                  3. Lothian-Hoover-O'Connell, p. 5
                  4. Editorials, p. 6
                  5. The "Inside Story" of Lord Lothian, p. 7
                  6. Bonds Will Be Taxed, pp. 8-12
                  7. British French Set Trap for Mussolini; A 3-Angle Deal; H.G. Wells, pp. 13-14
                  8. Is Peace Treason?, pp. 15-17
                  9. Play U.S.S.R. Against Japan; They Want War Badly; England's Bevin and Boake Carter; Joe..., p. 18
                  10. U.S. Flirts With Soviets; Guns and Butter, p. 19
                  11. A Christmas Message by Father Coughlin, p. 20
                13. [+]
                  December 30, 1940 Issue = 15 Articles
                  1. The President's Pledge, p. 3
                  2. Planned That Way; Knudsen versus Hillman; Another Default, p. 4
                  3. The Case for War; How 'Bill' White Got That Way, p. 5
                  4. Editorials, p. 6
                  5. Father Coughlin's Predictions, pp. 7-8
                  6. Paul Kern Gives 'Social Justice' Credit; Favored Refugees; Young Red to Prison; The Rei..., p. 9
                  7. Little Lesson in Defense---Have We the Ships to Give Britain?, p. 10
                  8. Behind the War---Britain Wants to Use U.S. Fleet in Orient, p. 11
                  9. Abusing the 'S.O.S.'; An Anglo-French 'Deal'; Why Prussia?, p. 12
                  10. On the Propaganda Front---Nazis Are Rank Amateurs Alongside British, p. 13
                  11. Is This Democracy; Two Memorials; Christmas in Europe; A Dog Story, p. 14
                  12. The President and Mr. Dies; City of Hope; Co-operatives; Haldeman-Julius, pp. 15-17
                  13. Virgil Jordan Predicts; Petain Reorganizes the Bank of France, p. 18
                  14. Jews in the War; Good Example or No; Rabbi Lewis L. Mann, p. 19
                  15. A New Year---A New Era, p. 20
            2. [+]
              Issues of 1941 = 52 Issues, 731 Articles
              1. [+]
                Issues of 1942 = 16 Issues, 196 Articles