National Union of Social Justice; Charles E. Coughlin

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Every citizen willing to work and capable of working shall receive a just and living annual wage which will enable him to maintain and educate his family according to the standards of American decency Work, Workers & The Labor Force
I believe in nationalizing those public necessities which by their very nature are too important to be held in the control of private individuals. By these I mean banking, credit and currency, power, light, oil and natural gas and our God-given natural resources. Economics, The Economy & Fiscal Affairs ;Energy
I believe in preferring the sanctity of human rights to the sanctity of property rights. I believe that the chief concern of government shall be for the poor because, as it is witnessed, the rich have ample means of their own to care for themselves. Politics, Politicians & Political Campaigning & Fund Raising
I believe in the abolition of tax-exempt bonds. Development & Growth
I believe in the broadening of the base of taxation founded upon the ownership of wealth and the capacity to pay. Taxes
I believe not only in the right of the laboring man to organize in unions but also in the duty of the Government which that laboring man supports to facilitate and to protect these organizations against the vested interests of wealth and of intellect. Labor Unions, Labor Relations & Strikes
In the event of a war for the defense of our nation and its liberties, there shall be a conscription of wealth as well as a conscription of men. Military & Veterans