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Hollywood Hates Hitler!Jew-Baiting, Anti-Nazism, and the Senate Investigation into Warmongering in Motion Pictures$
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Chris Yogerst

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9781496829757

Published to University Press of Mississippi: May 2021

DOI: 10.14325/mississippi/9781496829757.001.0001

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John T. Flynn, “Nasty Man”

John T. Flynn, “Nasty Man”

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(p.79) Chapter Six John T. Flynn, “Nasty Man”
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Hollywood Hates Hitler!
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Chris Yogerst

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University Press of Mississippi
DOI:10.14325/mississippi/9781496829757.003.0007

John T. Flynn was the testimony of the day. Flynn opened by introducing himself to the three hundred attendees as a journalist who primarily writes on economic and social issues. Flynn also worked as an associate editor for Collier’s and served as contributing editor for the New Republic in addition to being an author of several books. Senator Worth Clark inquired about relevant background for this investigation, but Flynn had nothing new to add. When McFarland asked Flynn’s purpose in testifying, Flynn stated his role as New York chairman of the America First Committee. Flynn and McFarland had a lively bout while trying to find out Flynn’s role in this investigation. McFarland pegged Flynn as a propagandist himself and argued circles around the journalist. Flynn outlined a long list of films he felt were propagandistic war mongering.

Keywords:   John T. Flynn, America First, Journalists, Censorship, Ernest McFarland

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