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Father Coughlin

Father Coughlin

At its peak, his radio show was phenomenally popular: historians state that his office received 80,000 letters per week from listeners. His listening audience was estimated to be as much as one-third of the nation. The political power of his radio show did not go unnoticed, and Coughlin was often grouped together with other radio speakers under the political umbrella of the "lunatic fringe." His listening audience did have the power to affect the outcome of elections, and Coughlin is often credited as one of the major demagogues of the 20th century for being able to influence politics through a wide audience, without actually holding a political office himself.
Broadcast: 21st February 1937
Added: Apr 04 2005
Broadcast: 4th April 1937
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Broadcast: 11th April 1937
Added: Apr 10 2005
Broadcast: 6th August 1939
Added: Sep 06 2009
Broadcast: 13th August 1939
Added: Sep 04 2005
Broadcast: 20th August 1939
Added: Aug 21 2005
Broadcast: 27th August 1939
Added: Aug 28 2005
Broadcast: 7th April 1940
Added: Apr 17 2005
Broadcast: 14th April 1940
Added: Apr 24 2005