Carl H. Mote

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Carl Henry Mote (1884 - April 29, 1946) photo was a close associate of Gerald L. K. Smith and the president of the National Farmers' Guild. Their publication was the Farmers' Guild News. Mote was from Indianapolis, Indiana, and published the anti-Semitic monthly magazine America Preferred. In 1939 he published the book The New Deal Goose Step.

A few of Mote’s articles appeared in William Dudley Pelley’s publication Roll-Call.[1]

Carl H. Mote was a wealthy utilities magnate and President of the Northern Indiana Telephone Company.



  1. Under Cover, p. 404, by John Roy Carlson, (1943)