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Women of the Far Right:
This historical account of an American movement of far-right women is an attempt to pay historical attention to an often overlooked chapter in American history. The author succeeds in showing the larger social setting of far-right American politics prior to and during World War II, as well as giving a fuller context of the movements of dissent during the liberal era of Roosevelt. The impact of such figures as Father Charles Coughlin and Henry Ford also comes into view through the lens of the Mothers' Movement. The story of the movement leaders' prosecution for sedition in 1944 is particularly interesting, pointing out how little we hear of war dissent in most histories of the "Good War." [via]