Christian Mobilizers

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The Christian Mobilizers was a splinter group of the Christian Front formed in the autumn of 1939. The new organization was led by Joe McWilliams. McWilliams and his followers favored a more militant approach to Jews and Communists and sought cooperation with the German American Bund.[1] Father Coughlin the inspiration for the Christian Front refused to support the Christian Mobilizes due to their association with the Bund.

An even more militant group broke from the Christian Mobilizers and formed the American Unity Party.[2]

In May 1940 the Christian Mobilizers was reorganized by McWilliams and replaced with the formation of the American Destiny Party.[3]

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Notes

  1. Insidious Foes, by Francis MacDonnell, page 38
  2. I Find Treason, by Richard Rollins, page 179
  3. A Trial on Trial, by Lawrence Dennis and Maximilian St.George, page 229
  4. The Ghost of Royal Oak, by Reverend William C. Kernan, page 27
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