Readings: Father Charles Coughlin speaks on social justice. Detroit, November 10,
By 1936, Charles Coughlin had become disillusioned with Roosevelt's plan, and by the time this speech was delivered over radio station WJR, he had plans to run for president himself. Listen to his broadcast of mid-November, 1935. What are the signs in this speech that Coughlin is thinking of national and international problems rather than local problems in Royal Oak? What indications appear in the speech of his later pro-Hitler stance?