Religion: Candidate Cox

Most conspicuous Roman Catholic priests in the U. S. are Father Charles E. Coughlin of the Detroit diocese, whom William Henry Cardinal O'Connell of Boston flayed last spring for "demagogic talk" over the radio in behalf of cashing the Bonus; and Father James R. Cox of Pittsburgh, who invaded Washington with a jobless "army" last winter (TIME, Jan. 18) and is candidate for President of the U. S. on a "Liberty" or "Jobless" party ticket. Father Cox talks loudly of taking over all U. S. wealth, all U. S. banks, providing public works to...

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