Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black Makes a Radio Address
Hugo Black speaks of constitutional rights in regards to religious freedom. He refutes accusations of his supposed racial and religious intolerance, which were based upon his joining of the Ku Klux Klan 15 years prior to the date of this recording (though he later left the Klan, before becoming a senator). Black seeks to refute charges of antisemitism by speaking of his close friend, who is Jewish. After Justice Black speaks, normal radio broadcasting resumes, consisting mainly of music from the time.

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