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CWL protests at anti-religious broadcasts

Anti-religious broadcasts over the publicly-owned Canadian Broadcasting Company's networks have brought a growing tide of protests. the latest from the 75.000 members of the Catholic Women's League.

A resolution calling upon Parliament to investigate why such broadcasts have been permitted and to take mestsurcs which will ensure that religion shall not he attacked on any Canadian radio station was adopted by the league at its convention. The league points out that the anti-religious views of such broadcasters as Dr. Brock Chisholm, Dr, Ewan Cameron, Bertrand Russell and others were well known before they were booked for broadcasts.




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