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When the U.S. Post Office banned Fr. Charles E. Coughlin’s Social Justice from the mail in April 1942, ending its six-year run, it put the hopes, beliefs, and opinions of nearly half, perhaps more, of Americans into the dustbin of history, along with some . . .

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