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Roll-Call also referred to as The Roll Call (February-December 1941) was a weekly publication by William Dudley Pelley that appeared in early 1941 and published in Indianapolis, Indiana. The paper’s heading was "The Voice of the Loyal Opposition." Roll-Call’s appeal was to isolationist sentiments that was gaining ground among groups like the America First Committee. It ceased publication after the attack on Pearl Harbor.