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  • Social Justice
    Total Archives: 7 Years, 316 Issues, 4,578 Articles, 6,034pp
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    1. [+] Issues of the 1930s
      = 4 Years, 195 Issues, 2,936 Articles
      1. [+] Issues of the 1940s
        = 3 Years, 121 Issues, 1,642 Articles
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        Year 1936
        1. Social Justice,
          March 13, 1936 Issue, 12 Articles, 16pp
          Bond Issue Over-Subscribed as Government Borrows Billion
        2. Social Justice,
          March 20, 1936 Issue, 14 Articles, 16pp
          N.Y. Strike Ends in Workers' Victory
        3. Social Justice,
          March 27, 1936 Issue, 13 Articles, 16pp
          Automobile Wages Fall Off as Dividend Profits Mount
        4. Social Justice,
          April 3, 1936 Issue, 14 Articles, 16pp
          House Passes Smith Gag Bill
        5. Social Justice,
          April 10, 1936 Issue, 12 Articles, 16pp
          Another Easter Resurrection
          The Shrine of the Little Flower
        6. Social Justice,
          April 17, 1936 Issue, 13 Articles, 16pp
          Borah Declares for Coinage of U.S. Money by Congress
        7. Social Justice,
          April 24, 1936 Issue, 14 Articles, 16pp
          British Make Allies of Soviet and Turk When League of Nations Sanctions Fail
        8. Social Justice,
          May 1, 1936 Issue, 14 Articles, 16pp
          Ohio Units in Fight at Primary to Drive Money Changers' Servants from Congress
        9. Social Justice,
          May 8, 1936 Issue, 15 Articles, 16pp
          Victories in Pennsylvania Spur National Union's Fighters in Ohio
        10. Social Justice,
          May 15, 1936 Issue, 15 Articles, 16pp
          Ohio Voters Go to Primaries Fired by Talks of Fr. Coughlin
        11. Social Justice,
          May 22, 1936 Issue, 13 Articles, 16pp
          Smashing Success in Ohio Primaries Added to National Union Victory Roll
        12. Social Justice,
          May 29, 1936 Issue, 15 Articles, 16pp
          Method of Selecting Delegates to National Union Convention
        13. Social Justice,
          June 5, 1936 Issue, 15 Articles, 16pp
          Terrorism of Black Legion Is Aimed to Divide America
        14. Social Justice,
          June 12, 1936 Issue, 14 Articles, 16pp
          Father Coughlin Returns To Air
        15. Social Justice,
          June 22, 1936 Issue, 11 Articles, 16pp
          Coughlin's Challenge
        16. Social Justice,
          June 29, 1936 Issue, 9 Articles, 16pp
          Lemke and Liberty
        17. Social Justice,
          July 6, 1936 Issue, 10 Articles, 16pp
          Father Coughlin Rips Democratic Platform
        18. Social Justice,
          July 13, 1936 Issue, 11 Articles, 16pp
          G.O.P. Concedes N. Dak. to Lemke
        19. Social Justice,
          July 20, 1936 Issue, 9 Articles, 16pp
          Lemke Offers Plan to Prevent Drouths
        20. Social Justice,
          July 27, 1936 Issue, 15 Articles, 16pp
          Forces United!
        21. Social Justice,
          August 3, 1936 Issue, 10 Articles, 16pp
          Fr. Coughlin Target of Hearst Press Plot
          False Headlines Not Supported by Own News Stories
        22. Social Justice,
          August 10, 1936 Issue, 10 Articles, 16pp
          NUSJ Convention Cleveland Aug. 14-16
        23. Social Justice,
          August 17, 1936 Issue, 10 Articles, 16pp
          NUSJ Delegates Are Welcomed To Cleveland
        24. Social Justice,
          August 24, 1936 Issue, 10 Articles, 16pp
          Convention Spurs Fight for Justice
        25. Social Justice,
          August 31, 1936 Issue, 12 Articles, 16pp
          Father Coughlin Returns to Radio September 12
        26. Social Justice,
          September 7, 1936 Issue, 10 Articles, 16pp
          Recovery a Failure Despite "New Deal"
          Social Justice Presents Results of Long Survey
        27. Social Justice,
          September 14, 1936 Issue, 11 Articles, 16pp
          150,000 Throng Park for Chicago Rally
        28. Social Justice,
          September 21, 1936 Issue, 9 Articles, 16pp
          Father Coughlin Heard Over Wide Network
        29. Social Justice,
          September 28, 1936 Issue, 11 Articles, 16pp
          National Union Victor in Primary Elections
        30. Social Justice,
          October 5, 1936 Issue, 12 Articles, 16pp
          Bishop Puts Okeh on Lemke Program
        31. Social Justice,
          October 12, 1936 Issue, 11 Articles, 16pp
          Unionists on Ballot in Massachusetts
        32. Social Justice,
          October 19, 1936 Issue, 11 Articles, 16pp
          Lemke Cabinet to Be All-American
        33. Social Justice,
          October 26, 1936 Issue, 11 Articles, 16pp
          Labor Told Votes Can Save America
        34. Social Justice,
          November 2, 1936 Issue, 7 Articles, 16pp
          'New Deal' Blamed For Debt Fiasco
        35. Social Justice,
          November 9, 1936 Issue, 11 Articles, 16pp
          National Union Will Carry On
        36. Social Justice,
          November 16, 1936 Issue, 16 Articles, 16pp
          Fr. Coughlin Tells Why He Quit Radio
        37. Social Justice,
          November 23, 1936 Issue, 13 Articles, 16pp
          Foes Call Fr. Coughlin British Spy, 'Kluxer'
        38. Social Justice,
          November 30, 1936 Issue, 17 Articles, 16pp
          Vital Labor Issues At Stake in Indiana
        39. Social Justice,
          December 7, 1936 Issue, 15 Articles, 16pp
          Farmers' Union Holds National Convention
        40. Social Justice,
          December 14, 1936 Issue, 15 Articles, 16pp
          Catholic Laymen's League Called 'Fake'
        41. Social Justice,
          December 21, 1936 Issue, 13 Articles, 16pp
          King's Love is Pawn in a Bankers' Plot
        42. Social Justice,
          December 28, 1936 Issue, 14 Articles, 16pp
          N.Y. Grange Adopts Social Justice Idea
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        1. Social Justice
          , April 22, 1940, p. 8 - PDF
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          Social Justice
          , June 6, 1938, p. 21 - PDF
        3. Social Justice
          , April 8, 1940, p. 9 - PDF
        4. Social Justice
          , February 27, 1939, p. 5 - PDF