SIR.-I heard the remark of Mr Raymond Gram Swing on the wireless when he mentioned quite simply and without animus that Father Coughlin's remarks about England were vitriolic.
One or two of your cofrespondents have attempted to proffer some explanation, but I am afraid that in the interests of truth we Must face the fact of this poisonous denunciation of Britain of which a large number of people who are either Irish or of Irish extraction are continually guilty.
One episode can never fade from my memory. A Catholic priest, I was in
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