part of his followers for violent expressions of anti-Semitism. Discrimination against the Jews, Leonard declared, is assuming a position of increasing importance in British Fascism.
Although Sir Oswald has paid little attention to Pelley’s communications, Leonard Mosley said, the Black Shirt head has kept in close touch with affairs in this country, and received special daily reports of recent labor difficulties in the Kohler plumbing supply firm in Kohler, Wis.
Pelley, like many other racial agitators, has been chauvinistic in his public utterances and a purportedly unflinching defender of the letter of the American Constitution.
He ran afoul of the North Carolina “Blue Sky” laws for his activities in selling stock in the now defunct Galahad Press, and was indicted on criminal charges which are yet to be tried.
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