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L.t. Mcfadden, U.S. Fascist Ally, Beaten at Polls

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What was regarded as the political obituary of Louis T. McFadden, Republican, was written at the polls here yesterday when voters brought an unceremonious end to the anti-Semite’s twenty years in Congress, dumping him overboard in favor of C. Emler Dietrich, Democrat, who received a plurality of about 2,000 votes.

Not a Jewish tear was shed at the figurative bier of this notorious exponent of bigotry, whose loud-voiced attacks on Jewry have won him its unenviable support of Nazis, silver shirts and other anti-Semitic elements.

Last January, addressing the House on a monetary bill, he assailed the administration for its monetary policy, charging it was instigated by “the money Jews of Wall street and foreign parts.” He also reaffirmed his belief in the authenticity of the forged “Protocols of the Elders of Zion.”

In July, the Republican National Committee drew a blast of criticism on itself by selecting McFadden to fire the opening shot in the political campaign.

In the speech sponsored by the Committee the Congressman said, “Don’t spend your time worrying over the alleged tyrannies of Hitler. Look first to your own case.”

In September, Julius Streicher’s Der Stuermer carried a story from its New York correspondent, lauding McFadden as one of the few Congressmen fearless enough to speak out openly against the Jews.

Notice Fairmont Sweet Butter, since its introduction over twenty-five years ago to the Jewish house-wife has been and still is produce according to the Mosaic Dietary Laws and all government sanitary codes. Fairmont Creamery Co.

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