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Television Interviews, 1951-1955

A Catalog of Longines Chronoscope Interviews in the National Archives

Compiled by Sarah L. Shamley

Published for the National Archives and Records Administration
By the National Archives Trust Fund Board
1990


Table of Contents
Preface

The holdings of the National Archives include a wide variety of donated documentary materials that supplement official records of the U.S. government. Many of these donated materials are the products of broadcast journalism: newsreels, documentaries, and radio and television news programs. Among the latter materials is a collection of kinescopes of the television interview series, Chronoscope, which was broadcast on CBS-affiliated television stations from 1951 to 1955. This publication, "Television Interviews, 1951-1955: A Catalog of Longines Chronoscope Interviews in the National Archives", is a finding aid to the Chronoscope interviews in the custody of the Motion Picture, Sound, and Video Branch of the National Archives. The catalog includes a brief description of each program, identifying the participants and the major topics they discussed.

Guests on Chronoscope were the newsmakers of the era: congressmen, diplomats, senators, statesmen, and national leaders in a variety of fields. The topics they discussed were those considered newsworthy in the 1950s, including: agriculture, atomic energy, communism, the economy, elections, foreign relations, Korea, labor, McCarthyism, nuclear weapons, the People's Republic of China, the Soviet Union, taxation, and the United Nations. The index illustrates the full range of research or documentary possibilities. It is our hope that this publication will make a unique historical resource more accessible to the research and educational communities.

It is a primary goal of the National Archives' publication program to increase the visibility and accessibility of its archival holdings. Finding aids such as this one have been prepared at the National Archives since 1940 when the first general "Guide to the Material in the National Archives" was published. Over time, new editions of this general guide have been published, and supplementary guides have been prepared focusing on specific subsets of documentary materials. In this latter category are three of our most recent publications: "A Guide to Pre-Federal Records in the National Archives" (1989),"The Holocaust, Israel, and the Jews: Motion Pictures in the National Archives" (1989), and "War and Conflict: Selected Images from the National Archives, 1795-1970" (1990). A listing of in-print National Archives publications appears in General Information Leaflet 3, "Select List of Publications of the National Archives and Records Administration".

While "Television Interviews" is intended to provide access to the Chronoscope interviews, it could well serve as a starting point for more extensive research in the records of newsworthy federal programs. We hope users of this guide will explore the rich visual heritage of our nation that is part of the National Archives.

DON W. WILSON
Archivist of the United States


Introduction

Longines-Wittnauer, a company well known for its watches and clocks, donated to the National Archives motion picture kinescopes of its television interview series, "Chronoscope," which was broadcast on CBS-affiliated television stations from 1951 to 1955. The National Archives accepted this offer because of the collection's historical significance and because of its research potential unlimited by restrictions on access, duplication, or use.

Although the chief purpose of the National Archives is the preservation of the permanently valuable records of the United States government, donations of private papers or audiovisual materials closely related to federal government activities may also be accepted when they have sufficient historical value. Such gifts are placed in the National Archives Gift Collection, which contains extensive holdings of news programs, newsreels, documentaries, and radio news and public affairs broadcasts from organizations such as ABC News, Mutual Radio, CBS News, and National Public Radio. Recordings donated by these organizations provide audiovisual coverage of speeches, press conferences, interviews, and events that supplement the official documentation created by federal agencies that have not systematically made audiovisual recordings of their press appearances.

The donation of the "Chronoscope" series takes on considerable importance in view of the scarcity of television materials showing early news programs or public affairs coverage. In the era before videotape, many news programs were broadcast live and were never copied. Kinescopes or filmed recordings were rarely used to record news programs. Indeed, only the introduction of the 3/4-inch videocassette into the broadcast industry has made the systematic recording of news programs practical and cost-effective.

Copyright protection still governs access to almost all early television news programs, a restriction unlikely to be changed even if the materials are donated to a public archives or library. Longines-Wittnauer, however, both the sponsor and copyright owner, has donated its rights in its programs, making them available for research and duplication for any purpose.

Like the press interview programs "Face the Nation" or "Meet the Press," "Chronoscope" featured people in the news who could speak with authority on the issues of the day or who were the center of the news themselves. Hubert H. Humphrey, J. William Fulbright, Robert A. Taft, John F. Kennedy, and many others, including Joseph R. McCarthy, discuss political and economic topics during their "Chronoscope" interviews. Dean Rusk, John Foster Dulles, Paul G. Hoffman, W. Averell Harriman, Clare Boothe Luce, and many other diplomats discuss American foreign policy, particularly with reference to the Korean war and U.S.-Soviet relations in the cold war. Many foreign leaders are also interviewed and share their perspectives on such issues as "the two Chinas," world trade, communist insurgency, mutual defense treaties, the Arab-Israeli conflict, petroleum resources, and fishing rights. There is much discussion of domestic issues in the United States by important spokespersons including George Meany on labor, Ezra Taft Benson on national farm policies, Eleanor Roosevelt on the American image, Norman Thomas on civil liberties, and Adam Clayton Powell, Jr., on civil rights. Among the other issues discussed are immigration, American culture and civilization, political campaign practices, civil defense, housing, national defense, juvenile delinquency, mental health, status of women, and illegal drug traffic. In short, the "Chronoscope" series is an audiovisual gallery of many of the principal personages of the early fifties.

Originating in New York, Chronoscope was telecast weekly on Mondays from 11:00 to 11:15 p.m. on the CBS network. From June 11, 1951, the date of the earliest surviving issue, the show was broadcast Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings through April 29, 1955, with one hiatus from June to August 1953.

"Chronoscope" closely followed the format of other early television interview programs such as "Meet the Press," "Keep Posted", and "Face the Nation." The guest changed with each program. (Appendix A contains a guest list.) The programs, each 15 minutes in length, were produced and directed by Alan Cartoun under the aegis of CBS. Frank Knight was the host and announcer, and David Ross occasionally substituted. The host narrated the Longines-Wittnauer commercials that concluded each broadcast. Two interviewers called "co-editors" were present for each program. Appearing as coeditors most frequently were William Bradford Huie, publisher and editor of "American Mercury" magazine; Henry Hazlitt, a political economist, contributing editor of "Newsweek," and publisher of "Freeman" magazine; and Larry Lesueur, a reporter for CBS News. The second interviewer changed each week throughout the series; many of the interviewers were journalists, editors, reporters, or television correspondents. (Appendix B contains a list of coeditors)

The show was telecast live, and kinescopes subsequently were sent to stations around the country for local broadcasts. The kinescope recordings were made on 16mm black-and-white film by a modified camera aimed at a picture tube while the live program was in progress. This accounts for the film's relatively flat, two-dimensional appearance. The programs were visually static, utilizing two or three cameras in a book-lined studio with the Longines emblem prominently displayed in the background.

More than 600 programs were broadcast, but the collection contains only 482 shows. Heat from a fire at a Longines-Wittnauer storage facility damaged some films before their transfer to the National Archives. Some programs were destroyed; others were not received with the donation.

The programs are listed in this publication by broadcast date. Names of the guests and interviewers for each program are given, and the main topics discussed are indicated. Only the extant programs are described.

The CBS program library in New York maintains a log of all programs telecast and related press releases. Beyond this documentation, neither CBS nor Longines-Wittnauer retains any records of "Chronoscope" or its production.

Reproductions of the programs listed are available for purchase in film, video, or audio formats. A current price list can be obtained by writing to the Motion Picture, Sound, and Video Branch (NNSM), National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC, 20408.

William T. Murphy wrote the introduction; Sarah Shamley, Valerie Meehan, and Leslie C. Waffen researched and described the programs in this list; and Maxine Piper prepared the index.


Program Descriptions (Arranged By Date)

1951 1952 1953 1954 1955
1951

JUNE 11, 1951 Participants: Adm. William H. P. Blandy, former Commander in Chief of the Atlantic Fleet, interviewed by Frank W. Taylor and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: United States-Soviet relations, proficiency of Soviet submarines, danger of atomic war, and the United Nations (U.N.) "police action" in Korea. (200LW1)

JUNE 25, 1951 Participants: Lord John Wilmot, British statesman, interviewed by Henry Hazlitt and William Bradford Huie. Topics: British opposition to admitting the People's Republic of China to the United Nations, extent of monetary problems in postwar Britain, opposition to oil nationalization in Iran, and examples of socialism prevalent in Britain and the United States. (200LW574)

JULY 3, 1951 Participants: Tingfu F. Tsiang, Nationalist Chinese Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Korean cease-fire talks, veto power in the United Nations, and chances of peace in the world. (200LW3)

JULY 9, 1951 Participants: Max W. Thornburg, petroleum adviser, Department of State, interviewed by Henry Hazlitt and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Thornburg's experience in the Middle East oil industry and credentials as petroleum adviser, causes of the oil nationalization crisis in Iran, British interference in Iranian politics, failure of effective Anglo-Iranian oil policy, and lack of U.S. corporate initiatives in developing realistic oil agreements in the Middle East. (200LW401)

JULY 16, 1951 Participants: Luis Quintanilla, Mexican Ambassador to the Organization of American States (OAS), interviewed by Henry Hazlitt and William Bradford Huie. Topics: OAS functions, its relation to the United Nations, and discussion of inter-American cooperation. (200LW586)

JULY 23, 1951 Participants: Allan B. Kline, president, American Farm Bureau Federation,interviewed by Henry Hazlitt and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Farm prices, price controls, socialism in agriculture, and benefits of a free market system. (200LW403)

JULY 30, 1951 Participants: Paul G. Hoffman, president, Ford Foundation, and former administrator of the Economic Cooperation Administration, which managed postwar aid to Europe, interviewed by Henry Hazlitt and William Bradford Huie. Topics: U.S. foreign-aid program and military aid to Europe. (200LW5)

AUGUST 6, 1951 Participants: Ernest A. Gross, U.S. Deputy Representative to the United Nations, former Assistant Secretary of State, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Role of the United Nations in Korean cease-fire talks, tactics used by the Chinese communists to delay the talks, and effect upon U.S. troop morale; collective action against aggression; and contributions by the United States and other nations to U.N. forces. (200LW6)

AUGUST 27, 1951 Participants: Senator Bourke B. Hickenlooper (R-IA) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: The Japanese Peace Treaty, British recognition of the People's Republic of China, appraisal of Gen. Douglas MacArthur, and the 1945 Yalta Conference. (200LW404)

SEPTEMBER 3, 1951 Participants: Princess Alexandra Kropotkin, Russian emigre, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Russian opposition to the Stalin regime, effectiveness of the Russian secret police, and potential underground in the Soviet Union. (200LW7)

SEPTEMBER 10, 1951 Participants: Floyd Odlum, financier and industrialist, interviewed by Eugene Lyons and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Implications of developing nuclear-powered aircraft, and inflation. (200LW8)

SEPTEMBER 17, 1951 Participants: Theodore R. McKeldin, Governor of Maryland, interviewed by Donald I. Rogers and William Bradford Huie. Topics: McKeldin's record in Maryland; the Maryland state budget, taxes, and revenue; teachers' salaries and school finance; possible Republican nominees for President; and 1952 elections. (200LW9)

SEPTEMBER 24, 1951 Participants: William C. Bullitt, former U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union and to France, interviewed by Donald I. Rogers and William Bradford Huie. Topics: India's attitude toward communism, Nehru as a political leader, and current U.S.-Indian relations. (200LW594)

SEPTEMBER 26, 1951 Participants: Maurice J. Tobin, Secretary of Labor, interviewed by Lawrence Perdick and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Inflation and labor unions. (200LW11)

SEPTEMBER 28, 1951 Participants: Charles L. Harding, coordinator, Middle East Operations, and member of the board of directors, Socony-Vacuum and Arabian Oil Company, interviewed by L. A. Brophy and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Iranian crisis in the oil fields, its effect upon the economies of the European nations and the United States; Korean conflict; and U.S. relations with Middle East countries. (200LW12)

OCTOBER 1, 1951 Participants: Representative Orland Kay Armstrong (R-MO) interviewed by Dr. Jan Papanick and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Imprisonment of American journalist Bill Otis in Czechoslovakia and conditions there under the communist government. (200LW13)

OCTOBER 3, 1951 Participants: Brig. Gen. Bonner F. Fellers, strategist and psychological warfare expert, interviewed by Frazier Hunt and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Problem of U.S. defenses, military budget, and air supremacy. (200LW14)

OCTOBER 10, 1951 Participants: Gen. George C. Kenney, U.S. Air Force, interviewed by Lt. Col. Ansel E. Talbert and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Importance of air power in fighting a war, and the development of a joint Canadian-U.S. radar screen on the Arctic frontier. (200LW627)

OCTOBER 12, 1951 Participants: Senator Homer Ferguson (R-MI) interviewed by Bruno Shaw and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Views on internal security, press censorship proposed by the White House as a security measure, the appointment of State Department officer Philip C. Jessup as U.S. delegate to the United Nations, and possible tax increases. (200LW17)

OCTOBER 17, 1951 Participants: Henry Hazlitt, author and political economist, contributing editor of Newsweek, and publisher/editor of Freeman magazine, interviewed by Stanley High and Lt. Col. Ansel E. Talbert. Topics: British elections, economic aspects of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and French Communist Party. (200LW19)

OCTOBER 19, 1951 Participants: Senator Owen Brewster (R-ME) interviewed by Donald I. Rogers and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Opposition to the appointment of Philip C. Jessup to the United Nations, possibility of Senator Robert A. Taft as Republican Presidential nominee, and foreign aid to Spain. (200LW20)

OCTOBER 24, 1951 Participants: Henry F. Grady, U.S. Ambassador to Iran, interviewed by Frazier Hunt and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Iranian oil situation and Premier Mohammed Mossadegh. (200LW22)

OCTOBER 26, 1951 Participants: Senator Harry P. Cain (R-WA) interviewed by Henry Steeger and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Korean policy, Chinese air power and military buildup in Manchuria, possibility of a cease-fire, role of atomic weapons, contributions of other U.N. forces in Korea, and support from Americans at home for U.S. troops in Korea. (200LW23)

OCTOBER 29, 1951 Participants: Fred S. Martin, Assistant Director of the Internal Revenue Service, interviewed by Henry Hazlitt and William Bradford Huie. Topics: The federal tax structure and proposed changes, income taxes, and excise taxes. (200LW632)

OCTOBER 31, 1951 Participants: Miles F. McDonald, district attorney, Kings County, NY, interviewed by Ed Reed, Donald I. Rogers, and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Juvenile delinquency and its causes, and legalized gambling. (200LW629)

NOVEMBER 2, 1951 Participants: Gen. Tadeuz Komorowski ("General Bor"), leader of the Polish underground during World War II, interviewed by Max Eastman and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Anti-Soviet underground warfare, value of radio propaganda, and Soviet policy during German invasion of Poland. (200LW24)

NOVEMBER 5, 1951 Participants: Norman Thomas, Socialist leader, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Recent British elections, government spending, and ending the war in Korea. (200LW555)

NOVEMBER 7, 1951 Participants: Eugenie Anderson, U.S. Ambassador to Denmark, interviewed by Donald I. Rogers and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Danish views on communism, rearmament of Germany, Denmark's contribution to NATO, relations between Denmark and Greenland, and Denmark's economy. (200LW25)

NOVEMBER 9, 1951 Participants: Senator Ralph E. Flanders (R-VT) interviewed by Merle Stanley Rupkaiser and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Flanders's opposition to the administration's tax program, his opinion of Secretary of the Treasury John W. Snyder, and prospects for increased taxes. (200LW531)

NOVEMBER 12, 1951 Participants: Helen Hayes, actress and member, Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Armed Services, interviewed by James H. R. Cromwell and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Role of women in the U.S. Armed Forces and career opportunities for women in the military. (200LW26)

NOVEMBER 14, 1951 Participants: Marriner S. Eccles, former Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, interviewed by Henry Hazlitt and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: The Douglas Congressional Committee Investigation of the Federal Reserve System Report and inflation. (200LW635)

NOVEMBER 16, 1951 Participants: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy (R-WI) interviewed by Lt. Col. Ansel E. Talbert and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Atrocity reports from Korea, McCarthy's tactics regarding "fight against the State Department," and the 1952 Presidential campaign. (200LW28)

NOVEMBER 21, 1951 Participants: Senator George A. Smathers (D-FL) interviewed by Donald I. Rogers and William Bradford Huie. Topics: The popularity of President Truman, General Eisenhower, and Senator Taft; and views on the Truman administration's domestic and foreign policies. (200LW589)

NOVEMBER 23, 1951 Participants: Oscar R. Ewing, Administrator of the Federal Security Agency, interviewed by Henry Hazlitt and William Bradford Huie. Topic: Plan to include hospitalization benefits in the old age security program. (200LW34)

NOVEMBER 26, 1951 Participants: Gen. Kenneth C. Royall, former Secretary of War, interviewed by Henry Hazlitt and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Unification of the U.S. Armed Forces, universal military training, and political campaigns of 1952. (200LW405)

NOVEMBER 28, 1951 Participants: Senator Blair Moody (D-CT) interviewed by Kenneth Crawford and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Defense effort and ethics in government. (200LW545)

NOVEMBER 30, 1951 Participants: Dean Rusk, Assistant Secretary of State, interviewed by Peter Keyes and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Korean cease-fire talks and Far Eastern policy. (200LW406)

DECEMBER 3, 1951 Participants: Arthur Bliss Lane, former U.S. Ambassador to Poland and to Yugoslavia, interviewed by Henry Hazlitt and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Marshal Tito and the Yugoslavian question, U.S. aid to Yugoslavia, and communist governments in Europe. (200LW29)

DECEMBER 5, 1951 Participants: Maj. Alexander P. de Seversky, aviator and authority on airpower and aircraft design, interviewed by Donald I. Rogers and William Bradford Huie. Topics: U.S. ground forces in Korea, American commitment in Asia, and air defenses of the Soviet Union. (200LW30)

DECEMBER 7, 1951 Participants: Arthur Garfield Hays, constitutional lawyer and general counsel for the Civil Liberties Union, interviewed by Victor Riesel and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy and civil liberties in the United States. (200LW31)

DECEMBER 10, 1951 Participants: Representative Walter H. Judd (R-MN) interviewed by Henry Hazlitt and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Possible extension of war in Asia, criticism of U.S. foreign policy regarding expansion of communism in Asia (particularly China), and opinion on U.S. involvement in the Korean conflict. (200LW537)

DECEMBER 12, 1951 Participants: Senator A. S. Mike Monroney (D-OK) interviewed by Donald I. Rogers and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Corruption in government, 1952 elections, Senate investigations of election campaigns, and the Corrupt Practices Act. (200LW36)

DECEMBER 14, 1951 Participants: Representative Hugh D. Scott, Jr. (R-PA) interviewed by Henry Steeger and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower and the 1952 Presidential campaign. (200LW37)

DECEMBER 17, 1951 Participants: Representative Clarence J. Brown (R-OH) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: 1952 Presidential campaign, Senator Taft's candidacy for the Republican nomination, foreign aid policy, and corruption in government. (200LW407)

DECEMBER 19, 1951 Participants: Representative Christian A. Herter (R-MA) interviewed by Donald I. Rogers and Victor Riesel. Topic: Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower as the Republican nominee for President. (200LW38)

DECEMBER 21, 1951 Participants: Harry C. Byrd, president, University of Maryland, interviewed by William White and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Sugar Bowl football game, college football, televised football games, and athletic scholarships. (200LW39)

DECEMBER 26, 1951 Participants: Paul Martin, Washington bureau chief, Gannett Newspapers, interviewed by Donald I. Rogers and William Bradford Huie. Topic: The President's war with the press. (200LW408)

DECEMBER 28, 1951 Participants: Henry A. Wallace, former Vice President of the United States and former Secretary of Agriculture, interviewed by Lt. Col. Ansel E. Talbert and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Critical areas of concern in the world, displaced Arabs in Middle East, economic "peace" assistance, and federal spending. (200LW409)

DECEMBER 31, 1951 Participants: Charles Francis Potter, philosopher and author, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topic: The decline of morality in America. (200LW40)

1952

JANUARY 2, 1952 Participants: George A. Sloan, chairman, U.S. Council of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), interviewed by Donald I. Rogers and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Work of the ICC, U.S. position in world trade, and U.S. foreign economic aid. (200LW41)

JANUARY 7, 1952 Participants: Elbert N. Carvel, Governor of Delaware, interviewed by Victor Riesel and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Gubernatorial election, corruption in government, and the Presidential campaign of 1952. (200LW410)

JANUARY 11, 1952 Participants: Robert L. Johnson, president, Temple University, and chairman, Citizens Committee for the Hoover Report, interviewed by Gabriel Hauge and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Citizens Committee for the Hoover Report on the reorganization of the federal government. (200LW532)

JANUARY 14, 1952 Participants: Harold E. Stassen, president, University of Pennsylvania (former Republican Governor of Minnesota), interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Stassen's candidacy for the Republican Presidential nomination, foreign policy, Eisenhower draft, primary elections, socialism, Korean negotiations, and the dismissal of Gen. Douglas MacArthur by President Harry Truman. (200LW42)

JANUARY 16, 1952 Participants: Senator Irving M. Ives (R-NY) interviewed by Donald I. Rogers and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Agenda of the 82d Congress when it reconvenes, new taxes in 1952, and principal issues in the 1952 campaign. (200LW43)

JANUARY 18, 1952 Participants: Gen. William H. Wilbur, military authority on foreign affairs, interviewed by Donald I. Rogers and William Bradford Huie. Topics: The West German people's perception of the Soviet threat, West Germany's economic recovery, refugees from East Germany, and the U.S. occupation of Germany. (200LW631)

JANUARY 21, 1952 Participants: Beverly Baxter, Member of the British House of Commons and prominent publicist, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: British and American loss of allies, Britain's prestige, Prime Minister Churchill's speech to the 82d Congress, British recognition of the People's Republic of China, appraisal of Gen. Douglas MacArthur, and possibility of war with the Soviet Union. (200LW187)

JANUARY 23, 1952 Participants: Harold Harington, Lord Balfour, former British Under Secretary of State for Air, interviewed by Elliott Haynes and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: The necessity for strengthening the British and U.S. air forces for mutual defense, and an assessment of Soviet air power. (200LW46)

JANUARY 25, 1952 Participants: Senator Robert A. Taft (R-OH) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: 1952 election; foreign policy; Wisconsin primary; price control bill, including the Capehart amendment; and Taft's reaction to being labeled a "pacifist." (200LW47)

JANUARY 30, 1952 Participants: Felix Morley, Washington correspondent of Barron's Weekly and former president of Haverford College, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and David Taylor March. Topics: Effects of the Reserved Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) and the draft on colleges and universities, politics of college students, and small colleges and academic freedom. (200LW49)

FEBRUARY 1, 1952 Participants: Sir Oliver Franks, British Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by Donald I. Rogers and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Mutual problems of the English-speaking nations, level of world leadership, strength needed to maintain power and resist aggression, spiritual strength, opportunities for youth, and socialistic trends in education within Britain. (200LW50)

FEBRUARY 4, 1952 Participants: Price Daniel, Attorney General of Texas, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Daniel's campaign platform for U.S. Senate, his battle against organized crime in Texas, and the Supreme Court ruling in the tidelands oil case. (200LW51)

FEBRUARY 6, 1952 Participants: Edward T. McCormick, president, New York Curb Exchange, interviewed by Donald I. Rogers and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Money management, the New York Curb Exchange, and effect of government regulations on securities. (200LW52)

FEBRUARY 8, 1952 Participants: Representative Frederic R. Coudert, Jr. (R-NY) interviewed by Lt. Col. Ansel E. Talbert and William Bradford Huie. Topic: Excessive government spending. (200LW53)

FEBRUARY 11, 1952 Participants: Senator Estes Kefauver (D-TN) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Kefauver's candidacy for the Democratic nomination, the present Democratic administration, deficit financing, firmer measures to curb corruption, and Democratic foreign policy. (200LW54)

FEBRUARY 15, 1952 Participants: Senator John C. Stennis (D-MS) interviewed by William Miller and William Bradford Huie. Topics: Federal power restraints, opposition to statehood for Alaska and Hawaii, and economic development in Mississippi. (200LW624)

FEBRUARY 18, 1952 Participants: John Foster Dulles, U.S. Ambassador at Large, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: U.S. foreign policy vis-a-vis the Soviet Union, Japanese peace treaty, and U.S. occupation of Japan. (200LW411)

FEBRUARY 20, 1952 Participants: G. Keith Funston, president, New York Stock Exchange, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: Function of the N.Y. Stock Exchange and investment in stocks. (200LW578)

FEBRUARY 22, 1952 Participants: Ernest A. Gross, U.S. Deputy Representative to the United Nations, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: U.N. accomplishments, U.S. attitude toward the United Nations, Korea, and Soviet delegation to the United Nations. (200LW57)

FEBRUARY 25, 1952 Participants: Cyrus S. Ching, Director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Role and authority of the service in labor disputes, labor-management relations, the relationship between the Wage Stabilization Board and the Mediation Board, and collective bargaining. (200LW58)

FEBRUARY 27, 1952 Participants: Arthur S. Flemming, Chairman of the Federal Manpower Policy Committee, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: Current status and growth of the rearmament program and long-range policies for the utilization of U.S. labor force. (200LW59)

FEBRUARY 29, 1952 Participants: Representative Emanuel Celler (D-NY) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: Proposal for the creation of a "Department of Overseas Information," headed by a cabinet officer, to coordinate U.S. overseas information and propaganda activities; and comments on the importance of propaganda in "waging peace." (200LW622)

MARCH 3, 1952 Participants: Representative F. Edward Hebert (D-LA) interviewed by Donald I. Rogers and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Alleged waste in the procurement and purchasing policies of the armed services, and possible Presidential candidates. (200LW528)

MARCH 5, 1952 Participants: Lyle J. Hayden, program director, Near East Foundation (NEF), interviewed by Elliott Haynes and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: NEF activities in Iran, comparison between the NEF and the Point Four program, oil revenues and reserves in Iran, U.S. foreign policy in the area, and the typical NEF project. (200LW62)

MARCH 7, 1952 Participants: Senator John J. Sparkman (D-AL) interviewed by Donald I. Rogers and William Bradford Huie. Topic: Problems of small businesses. (200LW66)

MARCH 10, 1952 Participants: Representative John V. Beamer (R-IN) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topic: Imprisonment of Associated Press correspondent Bill Otis in Czechoslovakia. (200LW67)

MARCH 12, 1952 Participants: Representative John F. Kennedy (D-MA) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: Eisenhower and Kefauver victories in the New Hampshire Presidential primary, Kennedy's own relative position within the spectrum of the Democratic Party, possibility of his running for the Senate, foreign spending, danger of communist expansion in Southeast Asia, and low American prestige in the Middle East. (200LW68)

MARCH 14, 1952 Participants: Senator Hubert H. Humphrey (D-MN) interviewed by Edgar Baker and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: President's reorganization plan for the Internal Revenue Service, and the U.S. tax structure. (200LW69)

MARCH 17, 1952 Participants: Johnston Murray, Governor of Oklahoma, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Steve Stahl. Topics: State taxes in Oklahoma, state financing of school expenditures, and government spending. (200LW570)

MARCH 19, 1952 Participants: Asa S. Bushnell, secretary, U.S. Olympic Committee, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Jesse Abramson. Topics: History of Olympic Games, outstanding Olympic athletes, Soviet competition in the Olympics, development of American women athletes, and financing participants. (200LW70)

MARCH 21, 1952 Participants: Nicholas Nyaradi, former Hungarian Minister of Finance, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: American propaganda behind the Iron Curtain, communist occupation of Budapest, and comparison of American and Soviet cultures. (200LW71)

MARCH 24, 1952 Participants: Arthur Bliss Lane, former U.S. Ambassador to Poland and to Yugoslavia, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topic: Katyn Forest Massacre of Polish officers. (200LW413)

MARCH 26, 1952 Participants: Representative Charles B. Brownson (R-IN) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topic: Universal Military Training bill. (200LW414)

MARCH 28, 1952 Participants: John Lodge, Governor of Connecticut, interviewed by Henry Hazlitt and William F. Buckley. Topics: Support for the Eisenhower Presidential candidacy, Lodge's opinion of Senator Robert A. Taft, and his appraisal of Eisenhower's political views. (200LW605)

MARCH 31, 1952 Participants: Dr. Ali Sastroamidjojo, Indonesian Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: Indonesian relations with the United States, cold war position, Republic of Indonesia, and Japanese trade in Southeast Asia. (200LW73)

APRIL 2, 1952 Participants: Gen. John S. Wood, former chief, Mission of the International Refugee Organization, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: Impact of Marshall Plan, the Soviet Union, and military expenditures. (200LW74)

APRIL 7, 1952 Participants: Newbold Morris, former Special Assistant to the U.S. Attorney General, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Frank W. Taylor. Topics: Morris's investigation of corruption in the federal government and reasons for losing his appointment as a special assistant to the Attorney General. (200LW626)

APRIL 11, 1952 Participants: Earl Warren, Governor of California, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: Conflicts within Republican ranks, factors for party cohesiveness in November election, and his candidacy for the Republican Presidential nomination. (200LW77)

APRIL 14, 1952 Participants: Senator Styles Bridges (R-NH) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Edgar Baker. Topic: President Truman's seizure of the steel mills as a violation of the Constitution. (200LW78)

APRIL 16, 1952 Participants: Senator Herbert H. Lehman (D-NY) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Lucian Warren. Topics: Immigration, President Harry Truman's seizure of the steel mills, and potential Democratic Presidential candidates. (200LW79)

APRIL 18, 1952 Participants: Senator Richard B. Russell (D-GA) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Paul Martin. Topics: Russell's position in the political spectrum, inherent powers of the Presidency, and views on the Fair Employment Practices Commission. (200LW80)

APRIL 21, 1952 Participants: Eugene Black, president, International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank), interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topic: History and origin of the World Bank. (200LW81)

APRIL 23, 1952 Participants: Mohammed Ali, Pakistani Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: Pakistan-Kashmir issue, American capital investments and trade between Pakistan and the United States, People's Republic of China, the Soviet Union, and India. (200LW82)

APRIL 25, 1952 Participants: Senator Frederick A. Seaton (R-NE) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Lt. Col. Ansel E. Talbert. Topics: Missouri River flood damage and flood control. (200LW83)

APRIL 28, 1952 Participants: Ellis Arnall, Director of the Office of Price Stabilization and former Governor of Georgia, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: Steel price increase granted under the Capehart amendment and continuing controversy over price of steel. (200LW563)

APRIL 30, 1952 Participants: Lewis Webster Jones, president, Rutgers University, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: Defects in the college education system, influence of communism on university campuses, and educational goals pursued by Rutgers. (200LW529)

MAY 2, 1952 Participants: Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. (R-MA) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Ogden Reed, Jr. Topics: Plans of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower as Presidential contender and Lodge's views on the Republican Presidential campaign. (200LW85)

MAY 5, 1952 Participants: Robert C. Tyson, vice president and comptroller, U.S. Steel Corporation, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: U.S. Steel's opposition to the recommendations of the Wage Stabilization Board in the current labor crisis, effects of wage and steel price increases, and steel industry profits. (200LW416)

MAY 7, 1952 Participants: Senator Everett M. Dirksen (R-IL) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: Dirksen bill to limit the powers of the Wage Stabilization Board, government seizure of the steel mills, credit controls, and the Presidential campaign of 1952. (200LW417)

MAY 12, 1952 Participants: James G. McDonald, former U.S. Ambassador to Israel, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Problems and progress of Israel. (200LW86)

MAY 16, 1952 Participants: Senator Robert S. Kerr (D-OK) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and James H. R. Cromwell. Topics: Kerr's general political views, his support of the foreign aid program, and his campaign plans as a possible Democratic Presidential nominee. (200LW88)

MAY 19, 1952 Participants: Senator Wallace F. Bennett (R-UT) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Implications of President Truman's seizure of the steel mills, the political scene in Utah, and the Presidential candidates of both parties. (200LW89)

MAY 21, 1952 Participants: Jules Backman, professor of economics, New York University, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: Recession and President Truman's seizure of steel mills. (200LW90)

MAY 23, 1952 Participants: Tighe E. Woods, Director of the Office of Rent Stabilization, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Lt. Col. Ansel E. Talbert. Topic: Dirksen amendment to the rent control law. (200LW91)

MAY 26, 1952 Participants: V. K. Wellington Koo, Nationalist Chinese Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Conditions on Formosa, missionary work in China, U.S. aid to Nationalist China, communists, and Asian attitudes toward the West. (200LW92)

MAY 28, 1952 Participants: Roswell Magill, president, Tax Foundation, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: Function of the Tax Foundation and services offered to the public, assessment of current tax situation and its effect on the consumer, proposals for reducing taxes, and recommendations for decreasing federal expenditures. (200LW541)

MAY 30, 1952 Participants: W. Averell Harriman, Director of the Mutual Security Agency (former U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain and to the Soviet Union and former Secretary of Commerce), interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: Harriman's position as a political liberal, his political plans as a Presidential candidate, evaluation of Harry Truman as President, status of civil rights, the Soviet Union's world power position, and an appraisal of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower as a military and political leader. (200LW418)

JUNE 2, 1952 Participants: J. Bracken Lee, Governor of Utah, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Balancing the federal budget, Lee's economy program for Utah, taxation, local and national political outlook, and observations for the upcoming Republican campaigns. (200LW104)

JUNE 4, 1952 Participants: Vice Adm. Oscar C. Badger, Commander of the Eastern Sea Frontier, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: Appraisal of U.S. submarine fleet, of defense measures against air attack on the eastern coast of the United States, and of naval carriers. (200LW538)

JUNE 6, 1952 Participants: Senator William Benton (R-CT) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and James H. R. Cromwell. Topics: Balancing the federal budget; civil rights; recommendation for changes in the mutual security program; difference between competitive business in the United States and monopoly, or cartel, business in Europe; and the upcoming Presidential election. (200LW106)

JUNE 11, 1952 Participants: Harry A. McDonald, Chairman of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC), interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: Justifications for the existence of the RFC and its functions. (200LW108)

JUNE 13, 1952 Participants: Delegate to Congress Joseph R. Farrington (R-HI) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and James H. R. Cromwell. Topics: Hawaiian industries, organized labor, and statehood. (200LW109)

JUNE 16, 1952 Participants: Robert R. Young, chairman of the board, Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Proposals for settlement of railway disputes, and current railroad innovations and improvements. (200LW110)

JUNE 18, 1952 Participants: Lt. Gen. Albert C. Wedemeyer, national chairman, Citizens for Taft Committee, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: Possibility of Senator Robert A. Taft as the Republican Presidential nominee and appraisal of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower's effectiveness as a political campaigner. (200LW557)

JUNE 20, 1952 Participants: Kenneth B. Keating (R-NY) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and James H. R. Cromwell. Topic: Report on congressional investigation into activities of the Department of Justice. (200LW112)

JUNE 25, 1952 Participants: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy (R-WI) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: Presidential and senatorial campaigns in Wisconsin, his book McCarthyism-The Fight for America, and exposure of "communists and crooks" in the federal government. (200LW114)

JUNE 27, 1952 Participants: Paul G. Hoffman, chairman, Advisory Committee to the Citizens for Eisenhower and former Administrator of the Economic Cooperation Administration, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Ogden Reed, Jr. Topics: Presidential contests in Texas and Louisiana and a comparison of Taft and Eisenhower. (200LW115)

JULY 2, 1952 Participants: Robert Morris, special counsel, Senate Internal Security Subcommittee (McCarran committee), interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: Investigation of the effect of the Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR) on U.S. policy in the Far East, suspected communists connected with the IPR and the U.S. government, and the McCarran committee's grand jury recommendations. (200LW419)

JULY 4, 1952 Participants: Erik A. Boheman, Swedish Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Ralph Stelladano. Topics: Status of Swedish defenses, Sweden's recovery from World War II, and current standard of living in Sweden. (200LW614)

JULY 11, 1952 Participants: Senator Robert S. Kerr (D-OK) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Kenneth Cramer. Topics: Impressions of the Republican convention and of Eisenhower as the Republican Presidential nominee, and the upcoming Democratic convention. (200LW116)

JULY 14, 1952 Participants: Senator Richard B. Russell (D-GA) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Truman as a Presidential candidate, Russell's own candidacy for President, prospective candidates for the Democratic nomination, and his opinion of Eisenhower as a military man unfamiliar with domestic issues. (200LW592)

JULY 16, 1952 Participants: Louis V. Sutton, president, Carolina Power and Light Company, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: Government's role in the production of electric power, spending for advertising (promotion), dam building, hydroelectric projects, and other types of power plants. (200LW118)

JULY 18, 1952 Participants: Frank C. Pace, Jr., Secretary of the Army, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Lt. Col. Ansel E. Talbert. Topics: Korean truce possibilities; U.S. troop morale; atomic warfare; effects of the steel strike on the Korean war effort; Air Force, Navy, and Army expenditures; and universal military training. (200LW119)

JULY 28, 1952 Participants: John S. Fine, Governor of Pennsylvania, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Evaluation of Governor Adlai Stevenson as the Democratic Presidential nominee, civil rights issue in the campaign, Democratic convention insights, the country's prosperity, strength of Eisenhower in the South, and belief that Eisenhower will win the election. (200LW121)

JULY 30, 1952 Participants: Maj. Alexander P. de Seversky, aviator and authority on air power and aircraft design, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Soviet strategy following truce in Korea, tactical error of using infantry in Korea, and defense strategy recommendations for the free world. (200LW583)

AUGUST 1, 1952 Participants: Farrell Dobbs, national chairman, Socialist Workers Party, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and James H. R. Cromwell. Topics: Principal issues in the Presidential campaign, disarmament and withdrawal of troops from Korea, and platform for Dobbs's Presidential candidacy. (200LW609)

AUGUST 4, 1952 Participants: Willy Ley, scientist and author of Rockets, Missiles, and Space Travel, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topic: Flying saucers. (200LW124)

AUGUST 6, 1952 Participants: You Chan Yang, South Korean Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and James H. R. Cromwell. Topics: Interpretation of the recent elections in Korea, the present Korean situation, and the ambassador's opinion of President Syngman Rhee. (200LW611)

AUGUST 8, 1952 Participants: Robert Ramspeck, Chairman of the U.S. Civil Service Commission, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Lt. Col. Ansel E. Talbert. Topics: Personnel practices in the federal government, women in the federal work force, and federal employees' use of the vote as a political force. (200LW588)

AUGUST 11, 1952 Participants: Henry H. Fowler, Administrator of the Defense Production Administration and of the National Production Authority, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Steel strike, effect of the rearmament program on average American family, and objectives of the defense program. (200LW127)

AUGUST 15, 1952 Participants: Representative Frederic R. Coudert, Jr. (R-NY) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Gunther Sthulman. Topics: Coudert's New York congressional district and constituency and his campaign for reelection, opinion of Eisenhower as a campaigner, the state vote, and possibility of a balanced budget and reduced taxes. (200LW129)

AUGUST 18, 1952 Participants: Perle Mesta, U.S. Minister to Luxembourg, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Mesta's role in Luxembourg's social, political, and cultural life; diplomatic expenditures; and European opinions of Americans. (200LW130)

AUGUST 20, 1952 Participants: John F. Floberg, Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Air, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Cecil Kahns. Topics: Naval expenditures, casualties, and equipment problems in the Korean war. (200LW131)

AUGUST 22, 1952 Participants: Representative John F. Kennedy (D-MA) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Harold Levine. Topic: Kennedy's senatorial campaign against Senator Henry Cabot Lodge. (200LW132)

AUGUST 25, 1952 Participants: James A. Farley, former U.S. Postmaster General, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Predictions for Presidential and congressional elections, and support for Adlai Stevenson over Dwight D. Eisenhower as President. (200LW133)

AUGUST 27, 1952 Participants: Gen. Lemuel C. Shepherd, Jr., Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: Effectiveness of the helicopter and armored vests, comparison of North Korean troops with U.S. troops, and the Marine Corps. (200LW540)

AUGUST 29, 1952 Participants: Eugene S. Gregg, Executive Committee, U.S. Council of the International Chamber of Commerce, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Kenneth Cramer. Topics: World trade, import and export of products from Western to Eastern Europe, Western Europe's trade difficulties with America, and trade problems in Japan and Asia. (200LW135)

SEPTEMBER 1, 1952 Participants: Representative Hugh D. Scott, Jr. (R-PA) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Eisenhower's political views and campaign strategy, criticism of Adlai Stevenson and of President Harry Truman and his Cabinet members. (200LW136)

SEPTEMBER 3, 1952 Participants: James M. Mead, Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission (former Democratic Representative and Senator from New York), interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Donald I. Rogers. Topics: Oil monopolies, or cartels, in the Middle East; comparison of American oil companies with British and other foreign companies operating in the Middle East; and the supply of oil to Western Europe and its impact on the American taxpayer. (200LW137)

SEPTEMBER 8, 1952 Participants: Senator William Benton (D-CT) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Campaign issues in Connecticut elections and Benton's opinion of Senator John Sparkman. (200LW546)

SEPTEMBER 12, 1952 Participants: Senator Styles Bridges (R-NH) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Karl Hess. Topics: Taft-Eisenhower meeting, the Presidential campaign, effect of Senator Joseph R. McCarthy's reelection in Wisconsin, and senatorial and congressional campaigns. (200LW421)

SEPTEMBER 15, 1952 Participants: James A. Farley, former U.S. Postmaster General, and Representative Leo W. O'Brien (D-NY) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Recent developments in the Presidential campaign, comments on defections from the southern Democratic factions, interpretation of the vote for the reelection of Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, aftermath of Taft-Eisenhower meeting, and an analysis of the New York situation in the Presidential election. (200LW139)

SEPTEMBER 15, 1952 Participants: Henry T. Heald, chancellor, New York University, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Nelson S. Hibshman. Topics: Military training, college enrollment, federal subsidy of higher education, college costs, NYU enrollment, financial aid to NYU, television as an educational tool, and comparison of present college students with students of the past. Note: This interview was not broadcast. (200LW140)

SEPTEMBER 19, 1952 Participants: Scott W. Lucas, former Senator from Illinois, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topic: Campaign contributions received by Senator Richard M. Nixon (R-CA). (200LW420)

SEPTEMBER 24, 1952 Participants: Senator H. Alexander Smith (R-NJ) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Lt. Col. Ansel E. Talbert. Topics: Smith's reaction to Senator Richard M. Nixon's campaign finances, opinion of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, and U.S. recognition of the People's Republic of China. (200LW615)

SEPTEMBER 26, 1952 Participants: George Meany, secretary-treasurer, American Federation of Labor (AFL), interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Reasons for AFL endorsement of a Presidential candidate, federal legislative control over labor, interests of AFL in Europe, and prospects for labor in the next 4 to 8 years. (200LW143)

SEPTEMBER 29, 1952 Participants: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy (R-WI) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Review of McCarthy's speaking tour in support of the Republican national ticket and against the Truman administration, interpretation of his recent senatorial victory, and origin of the term "McCarthyism." (200LW144)

OCTOBER 1, 1952 Participants: Corliss Lamont, American Labor Party candidate for U.S. Senate, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Lamont's candidacy for the U.S. Senate, cease-fire in Korea, purge trials of 1937 in the Soviet Union, organized religion, restoration of civil liberties for American citizens, maintenance of U.S. troops in Western Europe, and socialism in America. (200LW145)

OCTOBER 3, 1952 Participants: Fuller Warren, Governor of Florida, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: Florida politics, Warren's position in regard to the Fair Employment Practices Commission, and tourism and gambling in Florida. (200LW146)

OCTOBER 8, 1952 Participants: Senator Paul H. Douglas (D-IL) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Withdrawal of U.N. troops from Korea, Douglas's opinion of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, relationship between political tactics and ethics, and corruption in government. (200LW604)

OCTOBER 10, 1952 Participants: John Lodge, Governor of Connecticut, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Lt. Col. Ansel E. Talbert. Topics: Responsibility for the Korean war, current Far Eastern policy, split in Republican Party, heavy voter registration in the primaries, tactics employed by both parties to obtain votes, Lodge's opinion of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, and the principal issues in the Connecticut and Massachusetts senatorial campaigns. (200LW593)

OCTOBER 13, 1952 Participants: T. Lamar Caudle, former Assistant U.S. Attorney General, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Caudle's career as Assistant Attorney General, reasons for his dismissal, role in 1946 Kansas City vote frauds, and impact of congressional investigations of his activities. (200LW150)

OCTOBER 15, 1952 Participants: Thomas E. Dewey, former Governor of New York and 1948 Republican nominee for President, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: General Eisenhower's prospects for winning the Presidential election, the Truman administration, and the Korean conflict. (200LW618)

OCTOBER 17, 1952 Participants: Henry A. Wallace, former Vice President of the United States, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Karl Hess. Topics: Candidates and issues in the upcoming Presidential election and method for securing peace in the face of communism. (200LW152)

OCTOBER 20, 1952 Participants: Henri Bonnet, French Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Dispute between the United States and France over financial aid, comparison between the French fighting in Indochina and the Americans fighting in Korea, French neutralism and anti-Americanism, decline of communism in France, and his expectations of world peace. (200LW153)

OCTOBER 22, 1952 Participants: Tighe E. Woods, Director of the Office of Rent Stabilization, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Effect of wage increases in the coal industry, rise in supermarket meat prices as wholesale prices fall, consumer reaction to milk price rises, decline in clothing prices, expiration of rent control, and Woods's support for price controls. (200LW613)

OCTOBER 24, 1952 Participants: Clare Boothe Luce, former Representative from Connecticut, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Cecil Kahns. Topics: Eisenhower's campaign, importance of the women's vote, and Eisenhower's pledge to go to Korea. (200LW155)

OCTOBER 27, 1952 Participants: Representative Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. (D-NY) interviewed by Henry Hazlitt and William Bradford Huie. Topics: 1952 Presidential campaign and Roosevelt's own congressional campaign. (200LW156)

OCTOBER 29, 1952 Participants: W. Averell Harriman, Director of the Mutual Security Agency (former U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain and to the Soviet Union and former Secretary of Commerce), interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topic: Comparison of Dwight D. Eisenhower and Adlai Stevenson as Presidential contenders. (200LW157)

OCTOBER 31, 1952 Participants: Senator Irving M. Ives (R-NY) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Robert B. Colburn. Topics: Eisenhower's plan to visit Korea, increased use of South Korean troops on the front lines, civil rights legislation, and the Taft-Hartley Act as a campaign issue. (200LW158)

NOVEMBER 7, 1952 Participants: Theodore R. McKeldin, Governor of Maryland, interviewed by Henry Hazlitt and Karl Hess. Topics: Assessment of Presidential election, balancing the budget, results of the Eisenhower trip to Korea, and the main effect of the Eisenhower Presidential election victory. (200LW160)

NOVEMBER 10, 1952 Participants: Richard G. Casey, Australian Minister of External Affairs, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Resignation of U.N. Secretary General Trygve Lie, Korean truce and cease-fire, and the Eisenhower trip to Korea. (200LW161)

NOVEMBER 14, 1952 Participants: Carl J. Hambro, President, Norwegian Legislative Body, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: Implications of Trygve Lie's resignation, investigation of communism in the American U.N. delegation, Europe's reaction to General Eisenhower's election, the decline of socialism in Europe, the League of Nations, and the United Nations. (200LW547)

NOVEMBER 17, 1952 Participants: Walter J. Kohler, Jr., Governor of Wisconsin, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Reasons for the Republican victory in Wisconsin, the Eisenhower administration and its policies toward the farm and labor constituency, and taxation. (200LW162)

NOVEMBER 19, 1952 Participants: Henry F. Grady, former U.S. Ambassador to Greece, India, and Iran, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topic: Assessment of Anglo-Iranian oil disputes. (200LW163)

NOVEMBER 24, 1952 Participants: Richard C. Patterson, Jr., U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Swiss reaction to the election of Dwight D. Eisenhower, armed neutrality and solidarity policy of Switzerland, Swiss reaction to communism, and role of Switzerland in economic stability of Western Europe. (200LW165)

NOVEMBER 26, 1952 Participants: Senator-elect Barry M. Goldwater (R-AZ) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Growth of federal government and its tendency to preempt state functions; and the lower standard of living of American Indians and legal discrimination against them, including prohibition against buying liquor. (200LW612)

NOVEMBER 28, 1952 Participants: John J. Hopkins, president and chairman, General Dynamics Corporation, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and George A. W. Bome. Topics: Submarines, application of atomic energy for commercial uses, control of atomic energy, Canada and Canadians, and jet aircraft. (200LW166)

DECEMBER 1, 1952 Participants: Senator Herbert R. O'Conor (D-MD) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Conclusions of report submitted to Secretary General Lie that described U.N. employees of American citizenship as communists or engaged in subversive activities, and the usefulness of the Kefauver Committee. (200LW168)

DECEMBER 3, 1952 Participants: Senator Theodore F. Green (D-RI) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: The United Nations as an instrument for peace, the investigations of communism in the United Nations, and Green's evaluation of President Truman. (200LW617)

DECEMBER 5, 1952 Participants: George A. Sloan, chairman, U.S. Council of the International Chamber of Commerce, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Karl Hess. Topics: Status of world trade under the new Republican administration, foreign aid, and tariff policies. (200LW167)

DECEMBER 8, 1952 Participants: Senator-elect John S. Cooper (R-KY) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Possibility of an immediate truce in Korea, strength of the Republican party in Kentucky and other border states, success of the United Nations, and Republican Party's domestic polices. (200LW169)

DECEMBER 10, 1952 Participants: Bruce K. Brown, former chief, Petroleum Administration for Defense, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Denationalization of oil resources in Turkey, U.S. government harassment of the American oil industry, status of oil supply resources, and wildcatting in the oil industry. (200LW170)

DECEMBER 12, 1952 Participants: Stephen J. Spingarn, Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Carl Reeser. Topic: Dispute between the FTC and American oil companies over an FTC staff report on the alleged international petroleum cartel. (200LW573)

DECEMBER 15, 1952 Participants: Dan A. Kimball, Secretary of the Navy, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Inducements for Chinese communists to accept a Korean truce, new naval carriers, current Navy budget, unification of the armed services, and reasons for maintaining a large naval fleet in the Mediterranean. (200LW172)

DECEMBER 17, 1952 Participants: Representative Hale Boggs (D-LA) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Campaign contributions and the cost to the Republican and Democratic Parties of a national election campaign. (200LW173)

DECEMBER 19, 1952 Participants: Yung Tai Pyun, South Korean Foreign Minister, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: Korean opposition to U.N. use of Japanese and Nationalist Chinese troops, problems of fishing rights between Japan and Korea, and Korean economic situation. (200LW424)

DECEMBER 22, 1952 Participants: Edward Turnour, Earl Winterton, former Conservative Party Member, British House of Commons, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Comments on some of the persons in the Conservative Party, reason for rising anti-American feeling, public response to his current speaking tour of America, and secession of India from the British Commonwealth. (200LW174)

DECEMBER 24, 1952 Participants: Rev. John Shearin, editor, Catholic World; Rabbi William Rosenblum, Temple Israel, New York, NY; Pastor Robert J. McCracken, Riverside Church, New York, NY; and Rev. Charles H. Graf, St. John's Church, Greenwich Village, New York, NY, interviewed by William Bradford Huie. Topics: Examination of spiritual values and needs in American society, and importance of religion at Christmas. (200LW425)

DECEMBER 26, 1952 Participants: Senator J. Allen Frear, Jr. (D-DE) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Richard Wadell. Topics: Possible domination of the Eisenhower administration by big business, excess profits tax and post-Korean war increase in income tax, Democratic support for Republican foreign policy, and the McCarran Act. (200LW175)

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JANUARY 2, 1953 Participants: Dean Rusk, president, Rockefeller Foundation (former Assistant Secretary of State), interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Lt. Col. Ansel E. Talbert. Topics: Congressional investigation of the Rockefeller Foundation and other American foundations; possibilities for a bipartisan Far East policy under the new administration; and brief comments on Eisenhower, Acheson, Truman, and Dulles. (200LW178)

JANUARY 5, 1953 Participants: Michael J. Quill, president, Transport Workers Union (TWU), interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Current bus strike in New York City and background, aims, and purpose of TWU. (200LW179)

JANUARY 7, 1953 Participants: Edwin A. Locke, Jr., President Truman's Special U.S. Ambassador to the Middle East, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Political developments in the Middle East, cold war strategy in Mediterranean between the United States and the Soviet Union, and assessment of the U.S. Middle East policy. (200LW180)

JANUARY 9, 1953 Participants: Representative Clifford P. Case (R-NJ) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Richard Wadell. Topics: Transition problems for the new Republican administration and differences between the Truman and Eisenhower administrations. (200LW181)

JANUARY 12, 1953 Participants: Leon H. Keyserling, Chief of the Economic Advisory Council, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Appraisal of current U.S. economy, predicting business growth and higher national incomes, and opinion that war is not necessary for national economic growth. (200LW601)

JANUARY 16, 1953 Participants: H. L. Hunt, Texas cattleman and independent oil producer, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Oil and gas production, tidelands oil issue, realignment of liberal and conservative parties, and the Facts Forum organization. (200LW185)

JANUARY 19, 1953 Participants: Maj. Gen. Charles A. Willoughby, former Chief Intelligence Officer in the Far East, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Spanish Civil War and present position of the United States toward Francisco Franco's Spain. (200LW186)

JANUARY 21, 1953 Participants: John R. Dunning, nuclear physicist and dean of the School of Engineering, Columbia University, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: The critical shortage of engineers in the United States and possible job opportunities in engineering fields. (200LW597)

JANUARY 23, 1953 Participants: Mundy I. Peale, chairman, Board of Governors, Aircraft Industries Association, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Lt. Col. Ansel E. Talbert. Topics: Development and manufacture of American military and commercial aircraft, characteristics of the fighter bomber Republic F84F Thunderstreak, comparison of U.S. and Soviet airpower, growth of U.S. airpower since Korea, and employment in the aviation industry. (200LW188)

JANUARY 26, 1953 Participants: Maj. Gen. Frank L. Howley, former First Military Governor of Berlin, Germany, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: U.S. prospects for winning the cold war, possibilities of an honorable peace in Korea, status of West Germany's military preparedness in Europe, anti-Americanism and neutralism in Europe, and strength of communism in France. (200LW189)

JANUARY 28, 1953 Participants: Arieh L. Kubovy, former Israeli Minister to Czechoslovakia and Poland, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Status of Jews in Soviet satellite countries, explanation of Soviet anti-Semitism, diplomatic recognition of Soviet Union by Israel, and Israel's policy regarding Jews in communist countries. (200LW190)

JANUARY 30, 1953 Participants: Representative Harold H. Velde (R-IL), chairman, House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC), interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Karl Hess. Topics: Committee plans for 1953, some areas of investigation, public support for HUAC, loyalty oaths in government, and decrease of communist activity in the United States. (200LW191)

FEBRUARY 2, 1953 Participants: Robert F. Kennon, Governor of Louisiana, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Louisiana's support for President Eisenhower and his proposed policies, Kennon's gubernatorial campaign, tidelands and St. Lawrence Seaway, and the advantage of placing business administrators in top government positions. (200LW590)

FEBRUARY 4, 1953 Participants: Maj. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey, Director of the Selective Service System, interviewed by Hardy Burt and William H. Kearns, Jr. Topics: Expected increase in the draft, draft deferments, universal military training program, draft boards, and benefits available to draftees. (200LW193)

FEBRUARY 6, 1953 Participants: Myles J. Lane, U.S. Attorney for the Southern Region, New York State, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Lt. Col. Ansel E. Talbert. Topics: Rosenberg, Remington, Hess, and Costello cases; and graft and corruption on New York City waterfronts. (200LW194)

FEBRUARY 9, 1953 Participants: Adm. Arthur D. Struble, U.S. Naval Representative, Military Staff Committee, United Nations, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: Effectiveness and possible repercussions of proposed naval blockade against People's Republic of China, U.S. naval positions in Asia, importance of Formosa in U.S. foreign policy, and belief that the United Nations is necessary in world politics. (200LW530)

FEBRUARY 11, 1953 Participants: Robert Moses, city planner, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Urban renewal and problems in public planning of traffic, housing, and parkways. (200LW196)

FEBRUARY 16, 1953 Participants: Norman Thomas, Socialist leader, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Criticism of the new Eisenhower administration policies regarding Formosa and Chiang Kai-shek, communism, bombing of Manchurian bases, recognition of the People's Republic of China, Korean truce, a third world war, and world peace. (200LW428)

FEBRUARY 18, 1953 Participants: Christopher Bromhead, Baron Birdwood, British writer on international affairs, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Deterioration of British and American prestige and influence in the Middle East, and brief comments on the Sudan, Suez Canal, and British attitudes toward the Israeli-Arab dispute. (200LW199)

FEBRUARY 20, 1953 Participants: Adolph A. Berle, Jr., former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: Possible pact between the United States and Franco's Spain and U.S. relations with Latin America. (200LW200)

FEBRUARY 23, 1953 Participants: Mohamed Kamil Bey Abdul Rahim, Egyptian Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Political situation in the Middle East, significance of the agreement between Egypt and Great Britain over the Sudan, effect of British evacuation of the Suez, expansion of military power in Egypt, relations with Turkey and the Soviet Union, and land reform in Egypt. (200LW201)

FEBRUARY 27, 1953 Participants: Charles F. Brannan, former Secretary of Agriculture, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Richard Wadell. Topics: Price decline in farm commodities, appraisal of policies of Ezra Taft Benson, and status of the American farmer. (200LW203)

MARCH 2, 1953 Participants: Leslie Knox Munro, New Zealand Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by Hardy Burt and Eugene DeKuth. Topics: New Zealand's opposition to the spread of communism in the Pacific, Britain's recognition of People's Republic of China, New Zealand's recognition of Formosa, New Zealand's opposition to rearming Japan, and New Zealand beef and its impact on the American market. (200LW634)

MARCH 4, 1953 Participants: Senator Warren G. Magnuson (D-WA) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Speculation on effects of Joseph Stalin's death, assessment of the new Republican administration policies, statehood for Alaska and Hawaii, and tax reductions. (200LW429)

MARCH 6, 1953 Participants: Senator Homer E. Capehart (R-IN) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and William H. Peterson. Topics: Korean war; standby price, wage, rent controls; and economic growth. (200LW206)

MARCH 9, 1953 Participants: Senator Robert S. Kerr (D-OK) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Current farm policies, the beef industry, agricultural subsidies, reciprocal trade agreements, Kerr's role as a policymaker for the Democratic Party, and appraisal of Senator Robert A. Taft's proposal for an investigation of the Korean war. (200LW207)

MARCH 11, 1953 Participants: Jacob Kay ("J.K.") Lasser, tax expert and author, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Income taxes, tips for tax savings, preparation of forms by tax consultants, and extent of tax fraud in the United States. (200LW208)

MARCH 13, 1953 Participants: Donald C. Cook, Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Karl Hess. Topics: Advantages of stock investment, role of SEC in eliminating investment frauds and controlling stock speculation, and SEC relations with the Eisenhower administration. (200LW209)

MARCH 16, 1953 Participants: Ambassador Alexis Kyrou, Permanent Greek Delegate to the United Nations, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Problem of communist infiltration in Greece; significance of agreement between Greece, Turkey, and Yugoslavia; Marshal Tito; return of Greek POWs by the Soviet Union; Korean war; and present living conditions in Greece. (200LW210)

MARCH 18, 1953 Participants: Representative Jacob K. Javits (R-NY) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Republican opinion of the Eisenhower administration, coexistence and compromise between liberal and conservative wings of the Republican Party, investigation of communists in Voice of America, Javits's sponsorship of a bill to establish procedures for the questioning of witnesses by investigating committees, McCarthy committee tactics, and McCarthy's sponsorship of a bill for local medical care and planning as opposed to national health insurance. (200LW567)

MARCH 20, 1953 Participants: Sir Gladwyn Jebb, Permanent British Representative to the United Nations, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: U.N. peace initiatives in Korea, investigations of alleged U.S. communists in the United Nations, economic interests in the United Nations, and a personal observation of the United Nations' future. (200LW212)

MARCH 23, 1953 Participants: Senator Edward J. Thye (R-MN) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Controversy over the confirmation of Charles E. Bohlen as Ambassador to the Soviet Union, problems in U.S. agricultural policies, government growth in employment, appraisal of the Eisenhower administration, and the federal budget. (200LW213)

MARCH 25, 1953 Participants: Fred A. Hartley, Jr., former Representative from New Jersey, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: The Taft-Hartley Act and the new Republican administration. (200LW214)

MARCH 27, 1953 Participants: Senator Price Daniel (D-TX) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Dr. William H. Peterson. Topics: Ownership of offshore lands (tidelands issue), Hawaiian statehood, and decline of beef prices in Texas. (200LW619)

MARCH 30, 1953 Participants: Representative Bernard W. (Pat) Kearney (R-NY) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and J. B. Matthews. Topics: The House Un-American Activities Committee and current congressional investigations. (200LW430)

APRIL 1, 1953 Participants: Howard Rusk, chairman, American-Korean Rehabilitation Commission, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Rehabilitation of Korean civilians, prospects of peace in the Orient, medical care of U.S. soldiers, ammunition shortage in Korea, and South Korean troops. (200LW432)

APRIL 3, 1953 Participants: Ivy Baker Priest, Treasurer of the United States, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Dr. William H. Peterson. Topics: Treasury Department functions, appointments of women in the Republican administration, and the significance of the women's vote in the 1952 campaigns. (200LW542)

APRIL 6, 1953 Participants: Senator Wayne L. Morse (Independent-OR) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Opposition to the Eisenhower administration programs, reaction of Oregon constituents to Morse's switch from the Republican Party to an independent political status, and the Korean war. (200LW216)

APRIL 10, 1953 Participants: Senator Frank Carlson (R-KS) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and James Watson. Topics: Appraisal of the first 75 days of the Eisenhower administration, Civil Service Commission policies, reduction in federal employment, and federal employees' pay scale. (200LW433)

APRIL 13, 1953 Participants: Gen. Willis D. Crittenberger, former Commanding General of the First United States Army, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Purpose and future of NATO and analysis of the use of tanks. (200LW608)

APRIL 15, 1953 Participants: Representative W. J. Bryan Dorn (D-SC) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Lt. Col. Ansel E. Talbert. Topics: The cold war, high cost of national defense, the new Republican administration, and military policy restrictions placed on the advance of U.N. troops in Korea to the Yalu River. (200LW219)

APRIL 17, 1953 Participants: Senator Herman Welker (R-ID) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Work of the Senate Internal Security Committee and the decline in agricultural food prices. (200LW582)

APRIL 20, 1953 Participants: Val Peterson, Administrator of the Federal Civil Defense Administration (former Governor of Nebraska), interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Probable damage to United States if attacked by the Soviet Union, the latest Soviet peace initiative, advance precautions necessary for survival in case of an attack, and general appraisal of civil defense in the United States. (200LW221)

APRIL 22, 1953 Participants: Delegate to Congress Joseph R. Farrington (R-HI) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Status of statehood legislation for Hawaii, sugar production and tourist industry in Hawaii, and impact of Hawaiian statehood on Far East foreign policy. (200LW222)

APRIL 27, 1953 Participants: Representative Donald L. Jackson (R-CA) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and William H. Peterson. Topics: Public opinion and the House Un-American Activities Committee; educators in the Communist Party; criticism of G. Bromley Oxnam, Methodist Bishop of Washington, for support of communist front organizations; and the average American's knowledge of communism. (200LW625)

APRIL 29, 1953 Participants: Ambassador Leo Mates, Yugoslavian Delegate to the United Nations, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: Yugoslav defense armament expenditures, U.S. defense assistance to Yugoslavia, current state of affairs in the Soviet Union, and comparison between Yugoslav and Soviet communism. (200LW225)

MAY 4, 1953 Participants: Ambassador Ernest A. Gross, former U.S. Deputy Representative to the United Nations, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topics: Chances for peace in Korea, troop contributions by other countries for the U.N. forces in Korea, and current U.S. position in the United Nations. (200LW226)

MAY 6, 1953 Participants: Thor Thors, Icelandic Chief Delegate to the United Nations, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: Location, size, population, historical background, and chief industries of Iceland; relations between the United States and Iceland; and the Communist Party in Iceland. (200LW607)

MAY 8, 1953 Participants: Representative James E. Van Zandt (R-PA) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and William H. Peterson. Topics: Criticism of U.S. participation in the Korean war, possible use of the atomic bomb in Korea and Manchuria, the Atomic Energy Commission, reorganization of the Armed Forces, and veterans' legislation. (200LW227)

MAY 11, 1953 Participants: Charles Bruggmann, Swiss Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: Switzerland's policy of neutrality, Swiss militia, relations between Switzerland and the United States, and strength of the Swiss economy. (200LW228)

MAY 13, 1953 Participants: Lowell B. Mason, Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: So-called antibusiness attitude of FTC, business competition, and free enterprise. (200LW600)

MAY 15, 1953 Participants: Paul Martin, Canadian Minister of Health and Welfare, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliot Haynes. Topics: Increased prosperity, economic and population growth in Canada, comparison between U.S. and Canadian standards of living, problems of immigration, heavy taxation, lack of social services in Canada, and strained relations between the United States and Britain. (200LW585)

MAY 18, 1953 Participants: Sayed Amjad Ali, Pakistani Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: Pakistan's relations with India and the United States and the deterioration of relations between the Moslem nations and the United States. (200LW587)

MAY 20, 1953 Participants: Ezra Taft Benson, Secretary of Agriculture, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: The controversy over Benson's price support decision and current farm policies. (200LW434)

MAY 22, 1953 Participants: Representative Laurie C. Battle (D-AL) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and William H. Peterson. Topics: Opposition to reduction of arms expenditures, comments on the Battle Act, aid to communists by U.S. allies, and support of world trade. (200LW232)

MAY 25, 1953 Participants: W. Averell Harriman, former Director of the Mutual Security Agency, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topics: Interpretation of the current Soviet peace initiatives and evaluation of the Eisenhower administration. (200LW436)

MAY 27, 1953 Participants: Representative Charles B. Brownson (R-IN) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Hardy Burt. Topic: U.S. government expenditures in the Federal Republic of Germany. (200LW435)

MAY 29, 1953 Participants: Daniel A. Poling, editor, Christian Herald, and president, Armed Services Chaplains Association, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and William H. Peterson. Topics: U.S. policy in Asia, American unity, and missionaries in Asia. (200LW437)

JUNE 1, 1953 Participants: Senator George A. Smathers (D-FL) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt. Topic: Appraisal of the Eisenhower administration. (200LW439)

JUNE 5, 1953 Participants: Gordon R. Clapp, Chairman of the Tennessee Valley Authority, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and John S. Young. Topic: Benefits of the TVA for the people of the Tennessee Valley and the rest of the United States. (200LW440)

JUNE 10, 1953 Participants: J. H. van Roijen, Dutch Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: Support of NATO as a deterrent to Soviet expansion, creation of a European army, economic and military revival of West Germany as part of a total European effort, possibility of a third world war, and trade in the Netherlands. (200LW233)

JUNE 12, 1953 Participants: Representative George A. Dondero (R-MI) interviewed by Hardy Burt and John S. Young. Topic: The St. Lawrence Seaway. (200LW234)

JUNE 17, 1953 Participants: Chester Bowles, former U.S. Ambassador to India, former Administrator of the Office of Price Administration, and former Democratic Governor of Connecticut, interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: Bowles's foreign policy recommendations regarding Asia and the growth of communism in the Far East. (200LW442)

JUNE 19, 1953 Participants: T. Coleman Andrews, Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Dr. William H. Peterson. Topics: Reorganization and improvements in the IRS, income tax structure, and tax evasion. (200LW554)

AUGUST 17, 1953 Participants: Sir Gladwyn Jebb, Permanent British Representative to the United Nations, interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Larry Lesueur. Topics: Need for a united U.S.-British front in the cold war, Britain's position on the general objectives of the Korean peace negotiations, Soviet participation in the impending Korean political conference, and the British view of U.N. recognition of the People's Republic of China. (200LW235)

AUGUST 19, 1953 Participants: Val Peterson, Administrator of the Federal Civil Defense Administration (former Governor of Nebraska), interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Bill Downs. Topics: Civil defense and possibility of a nuclear attack. (200LW236)

AUGUST 21, 1953 Participants: Robert D. Murphy, Assistant Secretary of State for United Nations Affairs, interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Larry Lesueur. Topic: U.S. position on India as presented at the Korean political conference. (200LW237)

AUGUST 24, 1953 Participants: Hugh Gaitskell, former British Chancellor of the Exchequer, interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Don Hollenbeck. Topics: Tariff reductions, free world trade with communist bloc countries, and a comparison of British and American political systems. (200LW636)

AUGUST 26, 1953 Participants: Eleanor Roosevelt, U.S. stateswoman, interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Bill Downs. Topics: Attitudes of foreigners toward Americans, appraisal of the United Nations, and definition of a "liberal." (200LW239)

AUGUST 28, 1953 Participants: Edward W. Barrett, former Assistant Secretary of State, interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Daniel Schorr. Topics: International propaganda in the cold war, comparison of American and Soviet propaganda techniques, and effectiveness and difficulties of the overseas information services programs. (200LW240)

AUGUST 31, 1953 Participants: Clayton Fritchey, deputy chairman, Democratic National Committee, interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Bill Costello. Topics: Role and functions of the chairman and deputy chairman of a political party, the Democratic Digest, and an appraisal of President Dwight D. Eisenhower. (200LW443)

SEPTEMBER 2, 1953 Participants: Representative Hugh D. Scott, Jr. (R-PA) interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Don Hollenbeck. Topics: The Republican Party, President Dwight D. Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, and Democratic chances in 1954 elections. (200LW561)

SEPTEMBER 4, 1953 Participants: Ralph E. Lapp, nuclear physicist and writer, interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Walter Cronkite. Topics: Polarization of hydrogen bomb capability between the United States and the Soviet Union, advantages of the H-bomb over the A-bomb, difficulties of delivering H-bomb to a target, criticism of U.S. secrecy, need for release of atomic information to U.S. allies and to American public for proper understanding of destructive potential of nuclear weapons. (200LW552)

SEPTEMBER 7, 1953 Participants: Carlos Hevia, Cuban statesman, interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Larry Lesueur. Topics: Internal affairs of Cuba, U.S. economic interests in Cuba, Gen. Fulgencio Batista, and Cuban public opinion of the United States. (200LW243)

SEPTEMBER 9, 1953 Participants: Senator Prescott Bush (R-CT) interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Winston Burdett. Topics: Former President Truman's Labor Day speech attacking the Republican administration, the rise in interest rates, the cold war, and decisive issues in 1954 congressional elections. (200LW602)

SEPTEMBER 14, 1953 Participants: Representative Jacob K. Javits (R-NY) interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Bill Shadel. Topics: Main concerns of constituents who write to their Congressmen; foreign aid, trade, and investments; Taft-Hartley Act amendments; and main issues before the Congress when it reconvenes in January 1954. (200LW246)

SEPTEMBER 16, 1953 Participants: Warren Lee Pierson, chairman, U.S. Council of the International Chamber of Commerce (former chairman of the board, Trans World Airlines, and president, Export-Import Bank), interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Winston Burdett. Topics: Foreign aid, world trade, and effect of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's election in West Germany on economic policies. (200LW247)

SEPTEMBER 18, 1953 Participants: Madame Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, President of the United Nations General Assembly, interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Larry Lesueur. Topics: Role of the President of the General Assembly; the current world situation and the Korean armistice; issues on the U.N. agenda such as racial conflicts, economic problems, technical aid, and Palestine; and Asia as a possible third force for world peace. (200LW248)

SEPTEMBER 21, 1953 Participants: Abba Eban, Israeli Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Thomas J. Hamilton. Topics: Arab refugee problem and Israel's place in the "power vacuum" of the Middle East. (200LW444)

SEPTEMBER 23, 1953 Participants: Representative Noah M. Mason (R-IL) interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Don Hollenbeck. Topics: Reduction of taxes and federal expenditures. (200LW445)

SEPTEMBER 25, 1953 Participants: Richard G. Casey, Australian Minister of External Affairs, interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Larry Lesueur. Topics: Australian attitudes toward the United States, Australian participation in a British atomic experiment, communism in Southeast Asia, the Australian army, the Colombo Plan, and prospects for peace. (200LW446)

SEPTEMBER 28, 1953 Participants: Heinz Krekler, chief, German Diplomatic Mission to the United States, interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Bill Downs. Topics: Immediate concerns of the German people, proposed formation of 12 German divisions in a European army, significance of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's reelection, and unification of Germany. (200LW447)

SEPTEMBER 30, 1953 Participants: Stephen A. Mitchell, chairman, Democratic National Committee, interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Winston Burdett. Topics: Need for Democratic unity, relationship between the political parties, problems in rebuilding a party out of power, and an appraisal of Governor Adlai Stevenson and President Dwight D. Eisenhower. (200LW448)

OCTOBER 2, 1953 Participants: Representative Frances P. Bolton (R-OH), member, U.S. Delegation to the United Nations, interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and Don Hollenbeck. Topics: The United Nations in world affairs and women's status in government and international relations. (200LW249)

OCTOBER 9, 1953 Participants: Col. Ben Lim, Permanent South Korean Observer to the United Nations, interviewed by Edward P. Morgan and George Herman. Topics: Korean war peace conference and problems of the exchange of POWs. (200LW550)

OCTOBER 12, 1953 Participants: Patricia Hornsby-Smythe, Member of the British Parliament and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Health, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Walter Cronkite. Topics: The British National Health Service Program and rearmament of Germany. (200LW562)

OCTOBER 14, 1953 Participants: Charles Malik, Lebanese Ambassador to the United States and the United Nations, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Francis W. Carpenter. Topics: Role of Lebanon and Morocco in the Middle East, security of the Middle East, possibilities of peaceful coexistence between the communist world and the West, American attitudes toward the United Nations, and Arab expectations from the United Nations in the Middle East. (200LW253)

OCTOBER 16, 1953 Participants: Jeffrey W. Lewis, Director of the Bureau of German Affairs, Department of State, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Economic and political revival of Germany, danger of Nazi resurgence, German rearmament and unification, and results of the East German uprising of 1953. (200LW449)

OCTOBER 19, 1953 Participants: Kenneth Younger, Member of the British House of Commons (former Labor Minister of State), interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Domestic and foreign policies of Great Britain, including nationalization of industry and recognition of the People's Republic of China. (200LW254)

OCTOBER 21, 1953 Participants: Senator John C. Stennis (D-MS) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Stennis's recent tour of overseas military bases, European Defense Community, European economy, farm price-support program, and high food prices. (200LW450)

OCTOBER 23, 1953 Participants: Arthur O. Dietz, president, Commercial Investment Trust (CIT) Financial Corporation, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and George Shea. Topics: Function of CIT Financial Corp., consumer credit and installment purchases, and economic prospects. (200LW599)

OCTOBER 26, 1953 Participants: Mary (Mrs. Oswald B.) Lord, U.S. Delegate to the United Nations, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Thomas J. Hamilton. Topics: Functions of a delegate to the United Nations and assessment of the human rights convention. (200LW256)

OCTOBER 28, 1953 Participants: Representative John Taber (R-NY), chairman, House Appropriations Committee, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Allan Chellis. Topic: Excessive government spending, especially the waste in defense spending and in foreign aid. (200LW257)

OCTOBER 30, 1953 Participants: C. J. Van Slyke, Associate Director of the National Institutes of Health, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Gilbert Kent. Topics: Chronic and degenerative diseases, mental illness, and funding of medical research. (200LW258)

NOVEMBER 2, 1953 Participants: Henry Ford II, Alternate Delegate to the United Nations General Assembly and industrialist, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Don Hollenbeck. Topics: The role of a delegate to the United Nations, tariffs, and current trends in the automobile industry. (200LW451)

NOVEMBER 4, 1953 Participants: Senator John J. Williams (R-DE) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Investigation of the Internal Revenue Service and Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson's farm policies. (200LW259)

NOVEMBER 6, 1953 Participants: Ivy Baker Priest, Treasurer of the United States, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Functions and responsibilities of the U.S. Treasurer and the role of women in politics. (200LW260)

NOVEMBER 9, 1953 Participants: Howard Rusk, Director of Rehabilitation, New York University Bellevue Medical Center, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Functions of the American-Korean Rehabilitation Mission, assessment of health conditions in South Korea, American attitudes toward Korean people, and President Syngman Rhee and his plans for rebuilding South Korea. (200LW261)

NOVEMBER 11, 1953 Participants: Representative-elect Harrison A. Williams, Jr. (D-NJ) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Earl Mazo. Topics: Principal issues in Williams's campaign for Congress and an appraisal of his election victory. (200LW452)

NOVEMBER 13, 1953 Participants: Selwyn Lloyd, British Minister of State, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Charles Collingwood. Topics: Projected Korean peace conference in Panmunjom, Britain and the European Defense Community, and comments on the Trieste and Middle East situations. (200LW453)

NOVEMBER 16, 1953 Participants: Senator Homer Ferguson (R-MI) chairman, Senate Republican Policy Committee, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Don Hollenbeck. Topics: Former President Truman's nationwide radio-television broadcast defending his handling of espionage charges against the late Harry Dexter White. (200LW262)

NOVEMBER 18, 1953 Participants: Representative Charles J. Kersten (R-WI) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: "Kersten amendment" for formation of national military units attached to NATO and composed of escapees from Iron Curtain countries, communist takeover of Baltic States, possible liberation of communist satellites, riots in East Berlin and East Germany, and temporary cutbacks in Voice of America programming. (200LW454)

NOVEMBER 20, 1953 Participants: Katie Louchheim, director, Women's Activities for the Democratic Committee, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Allan Chellis. Topics: Democratic Party, women voters and workers, Eisenhower administration, and political issues in 1954. (200LW263)

NOVEMBER 25, 1953 Participants: Walter C. Lowdermilk, soil conservationist and author of the "Jordan River Development Plan," interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Thomas J. Hamilton. Topics: Lowdermilk's work in Israel and plans for the development of the Jordan River. (200LW265)

NOVEMBER 27, 1953 Participants: Ancher Nelsen, Administrator of the Rural Electrification Administration (REA), interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Resources for electricity, REA, and future of hydroelectric power. (200LW266)

NOVEMBER 30, 1953 Participants: Charles R. Sligh, Jr., president, National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Cramer. Topics: NAM's cooperation with the Eisenhower administration, Europe's economy, the common market, and excise taxes. (200LW267)

DECEMBER 2, 1953 Participants: Senator Hubert H. Humphrey (D-MN) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Communism, Eisenhower's foreign policy, and principal political issues in the 1954 elections. (200LW455)

DECEMBER 4, 1953 Participants: Frank Darvall, British Director-General of the English- Speaking Union of the Commonwealth, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Britain's trade with the People's Republic of China and Anglo-American relations. (200LW268)

DECEMBER 7, 1953 Participants: Gen. Harold R. Harris, president, Northwest-Orient Airlines, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Gil Robb Wilson. Topics: Future of commercial air transport, effect of a Korean peace on operation of Northwest-Orient Airlines in Asia, and relationship between a commercial airline and the air defense of the United States. (200LW269)

DECEMBER 9, 1953 Participants: Representative Carl Hinshaw (R-CA) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topic: Proposal for creation of an International Atomic Energy Agency. (200LW270)

DECEMBER 11, 1953 Participants: Henry J. Mahady, national commander, American Veterans of World War II (AMVETS), interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: His trip to Europe and visit to the World's Veteran's Federation, some services performed by the AMVETS, and support of universal military training. (200LW271)

DECEMBER 14, 1953 Participants: Eric Johnston, President's Special Emissary to the Middle East, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Charles Collingwood. Topics: Development of the Jordan Valley, technical assistance in the Middle East and the rest of the world, pooling of atomic energy resources for increased power productivity, balanced budget, and present situation in Hollywood. (200LW272)

DECEMBER 16, 1953 Participants: Horace E. Underwood, chief official interpreter, United Nations Command at the Panmunjom truce talks, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Lou Cioffi. Topics: Description of a peace negotiation session and Underwood's opinion of the Korean people. (200LW273)

DECEMBER 18, 1953 Participants: Senator James H. Duff (R-PA) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Eisenhower's leadership and policies, national defense strategy, and major issues in the 1954 congressional elections. (200LW569)

DECEMBER 21, 1953 Participants: Senator Michael J. "Mike" Mansfield (D-MT) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Possible Soviet-U.S. negotiations on peaceful use of atomic energy, Indochina situation, France and ratification of European Army Treaty, and President Dwight D. Eisenhower's foreign and domestic policies. (200LW633)

DECEMBER 23, 1953 Participants: Senator Herbert H. Lehman (D-NY) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Probable legislative program for the next session of the 83d Congress, the procedures of the Senate investigating committees, and Attorney General Brownell's recent use and partial disclosures of FBI files. (200LW275)

DECEMBER 25, 1953 Participants: E. Roland Harriman, chairman, American Red Cross, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Charles Collingwood. Topics: Functions of the Red Cross and its volunteer work. (200LW571)

DECEMBER 28, 1953 Participants: Representative W. Sterling Cole (R-NY) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Atomic energy control and peacetime uses for atomic energy. (200LW277)

DECEMBER 30, 1953 Participants: Bernard Tompkins, chairman, New York State Committee on Charity, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Allan Keller. Topic: Charity rackets. (200LW548)

1954

JANUARY 1, 1954 Participants: Walter Williams, Under Secretary, Department of Commerce, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Possibility of recession and long-term economic outlook. (200LW279)

JANUARY 4, 1954 Participants: Senator Lester C. Hunt (D-WY) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Eisenhower policies, cattle prices, allocation of federal natural resources to private industry, bipartisan cooperation in Congress during next session, a national health program, and prospects of forming a united Europe. (200LW456)

JANUARY 6, 1954 Participants: W. Averell Harriman, former Director of the Mutual Security Agency, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Charles Collingwood. Topics: Impact of U.S. economic decline on allies, changes in the Kremlin since Stalin's death, and Eisenhower's foreign policy initiatives. (200LW457)

JANUARY 8, 1954 Participants: Albert M. Cole, Federal Administrator of the Housing and Home Finance Agency, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Walter Cronkite. Topics: Housing for low-income families, President's recommendations, and Congressional action on proposed housing plans. (200LW458)

JANUARY 11, 1954 Participants: Delegate to Congress Joseph R. Farrington (R-HI) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Present status and prospects of the Hawaiian statehood bill and advantages of statehood for Hawaii. (200LW352)

JANUARY 13, 1954 Participants: Chester Bowles, former U.S. Ambassador to India, former Administrator of the Office of Price Administration, and former Democratic Governor of Connecticut, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Krisna Belleraman. Topics: Importance of India to the United States as an ally, role of Nehru in world affairs, and appraisal of communism in India. (200LW281)

JANUARY 20, 1954 Participants: Charles Allen, member, Korean Peace Conference Mission, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Thomas J. Hamilton. Topics: Conflict over the release of American prisoners of war and status of negotiations for a Korean peace conference. (200LW580)

JANUARY 22, 1954 Participants: Sir Hartley Shawcross, Member of Parliament and former Attorney-General of England, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Walter Cronkite. Topics: Communism in the United States and Britain and problems of internal security. (200LW459)

JANUARY 25, 1954 Participants: Ambassador Selim Sarper, Head of the Turkish Delegation to the United Nations, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Ned Calmer. Topics: The country, government, and people of Turkey. (200LW284)

JANUARY 27, 1954 Participants: Representative Peter Frelinghuysen, Jr. (R-NJ) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Farm prices, defense spending, atomic weapons, and congressional investigations of internal security violations. (200LW460)

JANUARY 29, 1954 Participants: Gen. James A. Van Fleet, former Commander, U.S. Eighth Army in Korea, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Lou Cioffi. Topics: How the United States could have won the Korean war; lessons learned from 3 years of war in Korea; and comments on the cold war, Indochina, Chiang Kai-shek's army, and Iran. (200LW286)

FEBRUARY 3, 1954 Participants: Emil Schram, president, United Service Organizations (USO), interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Charles Collingwood. Topics: Work of the USO and the stock market as a barometer of the national economic situation. (200LW584)

FEBRUARY 5, 1954 Participants: Gen. Sir Frank Simpson, retiring commandant, British Imperial Defense College, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Peter Dimick. Topics: Atomic weapons for defense; the Belgian Fabric National Rifle; Federal Republic of Germany and Great Britain in the European Defense Community; communists in Southeast Asia, Suez, India, Pakistan; and Anglo-American relations. (200LW566)

FEBRUARY 8, 1954 Participants: Leslie Knox Munro, New Zealand Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Prospects of the Korean peace conference, problems in the U.N. Security and Trusteeship Councils, New Zealand's policy toward the recognition of the People's Republic of China, and Indochina situation. (200LW461)

FEBRUARY 10, 1954 Participants: T. Coleman Andrews, Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Walter Cronkite. Topic: Payment of income taxes. (200LW287)

FEBRUARY 12, 1954 Participants: Edward F. Howrey, Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Charles Collingwood. Topics: General activities of the FTC and Department of Justice and their policy toward big business. (200LW288)

FEBRUARY 15, 1954 Participants: Leo Mates, Permanent Yugoslavian Representative to the United Nations, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Ned Calmer. Topics: Four Power meeting in Berlin of the Western powers and the Soviet Union, Trieste situation, and policies of the Soviet satellite countries toward the West. (200LW462)

FEBRUARY 17, 1954 Participants: Col. Bernt Balkin, arctic explorer, U.S. Air Force, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: South Pole flight, strategic importance of the North Pole for the defense of North America, and the Thule Air Base in Greenland. (200LW463)

FEBRUARY 19, 1954 Participants: Delegate to Congress Edward L. Bartlett (D-AK) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Statehood for Alaska and the importance of Alaska in North American defense system. (200LW559)

FEBRUARY 22, 1954 Participants: John S. Fine, Governor of Pennsylvania, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Republican prospects in the 1954 congressional elections, Israeli attitudes toward the United States and Americans, spirit of the Israeli people, major obstacle toward peace in the Middle East, Pennsylvania economy, Senator Joseph R. McCarthy's attack on Brig. Gen. Ralph Zwicker, and issues in the 1954 congressional elections. (200LW543)

FEBRUARY 26, 1954 Participants: Sayed Amjad Ali, Pakistani Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Thomas J. Hamilton. Topics: U.S. military aid to Pakistan and Pakistan's relations with India and Turkey. (200LW290)

MARCH 1, 1954 Participants: Senator Charles E. Potter (R-MI) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Controversy between Secretary of the Army Robert Stevens and Senator Joseph R. McCarthy about the congressional investigation of communists in the military services; need for additional security to protect Congressmen because of assassination attempts; and pending congressional investigations of communist atrocities, prisoners of war, and soldiers missing in action (MIA) in Korea. (200LW465)

MARCH 3, 1954 Participants: Maj. Gen. Harry G. Armstrong, Surgeon General of the U.S. Air Force, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Air evacuation of military patients from combat zones and advances in military medicine. (200LW466)

MARCH 5, 1954 Participants: Senator John S. Cooper (R-KY) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Francis W. Carpenter. Topics: Defense budget cuts, Geneva conference, U.N. charter revisions, and Senate investigating committees. (200LW291)

MARCH 8, 1954 Participants: Representative Wright Patman (D-TX) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Charles Collingwood. Topics: Appraisal of U.S. economic situation as a deepening recession, and of Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson's proposed farm policy. (200LW292)

MARCH 10, 1954 Participants: Representative Thomas E. Martin (R-IA) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Principal issues in his senatorial campaign, new tax revision bill (H.R. 8300), and the federal budget. (200LW544)

MARCH 12, 1954 Participants: Gen. Carlos P. Romulo, Special Envoy from the Philippine President to the United States, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and George Herman. Topics: Negotiations between the United States and the Philippines for the revision of the Philippines Trade Act, veterans' benefits for Philippine troops who fought with the United States during World War II, use of Philippine troops in Korea, situation in the Pacific area since Korean armistice, elimination of communists in the Philippines, and Romulo's impression of American life after visits to the United States. (200LW467)

MARCH 17, 1954 Participants: Paul G. Hoffman, chairman of the board, Studebaker Corporation, former president, Ford Foundation, and Administrator of the Economic Cooperation Administration, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Automobile industry and its effect on the entire U.S. economy and relative merits of business tax incentives or consumer tax cuts to heat up the economy. (200LW293)

MARCH 19, 1954 Participants: You Chan Yang, South Korean Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Thomas J. Hamilton. Topics: Geneva Conference for the reunification of Korea, South Korean view of U.N. recognition of the People's Republic of China, and South Korean relations with Japan. (200LW468)

MARCH 22, 1954 Participants: Frank Laubach, Congregationalist minister, World Authority on Literacy, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Fred M. Heckinger. Topic: Laubach's campaign to eliminate mass illiteracy in the world. (200LW469)

MARCH 24, 1954 Participants: Sir Roger Makins, British Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Charles Collingwood. Topics: Britain and East-West trade, recognition of the People's Republic of China and its admission to the United Nations, European Defense Community, and Anglo-American relations. (200LW598)

MARCH 26, 1954 Participants: John F. Simmons, Chief of Protocol for the White House and the Department of State, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Duties of a protocol officer of the United States, and White House and the Department of State procedures for greeting visiting foreign dignitaries. (200LW470)

MARCH 29, 1954 Participants: Senator Thomas A. Burke (D-OH) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Tax relief to alleviate recession, reduction of farm parities, urban renewal, and issues in 1954 senatorial campaigns. (200LW471)

MARCH 31, 1954 Participants: Karl Gruber, Austrian Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Ned Calmer. Topics: Austrian Peace Treaty, relations with the Soviet Union, and Austria's foreign trade. (200LW296)

APRIL 2, 1954 Participants: Representative Kenneth B. Keating (R-NY) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Threats to U.S. security, use of wiretapping as evidence in criminal trials, his bill for granting immunity from prosecution to persons who otherwise might plead the fifth amendment against self- incrimination, and views regarding the outlawing of the Communist Party. (200LW297)

APRIL 5, 1954 Participants: Joseph E. Johnson, president, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Francis W. Carpenter. Topics: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the United Nations' role in the search for world peace. (200LW536)

APRIL 7, 1954 Participants: Leonard A. Scheele, Surgeon General of the U.S. Public Health Service, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Bill Costello. Topics: Major health problems in the United States, polio vaccine, public and private efforts to solve health problems, and U.S. role in the World Health Organization. (200LW621)

APRIL 9, 1954 Participants: George Meany, president, American Federation of Labor, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Taft-Hartley Act, present economic climate, and the recent New York waterfront strike. (200LW472)

APRIL 14, 1954 Participants: Herman Talmadge, Governor of Georgia, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Democratic Party, school segregation, and industrial progress in Georgia. (200LW300)

APRIL 16, 1954 Participants: Alice K. Leopold, Director of the Women's Bureau, Department of Labor, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Ned Calmer. Topics: Labor Department's economic policies, status of women in the labor market, and equal pay for men and women. (200LW558)

APRIL 18, 1954 Participants: Harry J. Anslinger, U.S. Commissioner of Narcotics, Department of the Treasury, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Robert Manning. Topics: Drug situation in the United States, control over drug traffic, the People's Republic of China as a source for drugs, and federal efforts to resolve problems of drug addiction. (200LW524)

APRIL 19, 1954 Participants: Representative Robert W. Kean (R-NJ) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Increasing foreign trade, reducing tariffs, and revising taxes. (200LW302)

APRIL 21, 1954 Participants: Representative Chester E. Holifield (D-CA) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Louis Banks. Topics: Hydrogen bomb tests and civil defense. (200LW303)

APRIL 23, 1954 Participants: Judge Anna M. Kross, commissioner, New York City Department of Corrections, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Delinquency and mental health. (200LW620)

APRIL 26, 1954 Participants: Representative Craig Hosmer (R-CA) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Possible admission of Alaska and Hawaii to the Union as new states, Indochina situation, atomic energy for peaceful uses, and hydrogen bomb development. (200LW473)

APRIL 28, 1954 Participants: Representative George M. Rhodes (D-PA) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Ned Calmer. Topics: Possible solutions to economic recession, current Post Office policies, and impact of foreign policy on the economy. (200LW474)

APRIL 30, 1954 Participants: Representative William A. Dawson (R-UT) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Louis Banks. Topics: Opposition to a pay increase for Congressmen, Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson's flexible farm price-support program, stockpiling of minerals, and prediction of a Republican Congress after the November elections. (200LW305)

MAY 3, 1954 Participants: Oliver LaFarge, president, Association of American Indian Affairs, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and John B. Oakes. Topic: Legislation to remove federal protection of Indian reservations. (200LW306)

MAY 5, 1954 Participants: Representative Patrick J. Hillings (R-CA) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Work of the House Committee on Communist Aggression, resistance to communism behind the Iron Curtain, and communist defectors. (200LW623)

MAY 7, 1954 Participants: Norman Thomas, Socialist leader, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Democratic socialism, views on sending U.S. troops to Indochina, and status of civil liberties in the United States. (200LW308)

MAY 10, 1954 Participants: Representative Charles R. Howell (D-NJ) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Democratic Party unity, split in the Republican Party, administration's foreign policy, Indochina crisis, and optimism about the economic outlook. (200LW309)

MAY 12, 1954 Participants: Col. Irene O. Galloway, director, Women's Army Corps, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Don Hollenbeck. Topics: Status, role, and future of women in the U.S. Army. (200LW310)

MAY 14, 1954 Participants: Senator Guy M. Gillette (D-IA) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Appraisal of U.S. foreign policy objectives in Indochina. (200LW311)

MAY 17, 1954 Participants: Senator Paul H. Douglas (D-IL) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and John B. Oakes. Topics: Impact of Supreme Court decision on desegregation of public schools, Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, reform of procedures for congressional investigating commissions, and the Indochina crisis. (200LW475)

MAY 19, 1954 Participants: Ambassador Gastone Guidotti, Permanent Observer to the United Nations for Italy, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Present situation in Trieste, communist strength in Italy, Italy's attitude toward eventual recognition of the People's Republic of China, and expansion of East-West trade. (200LW606)

MAY 21, 1954 Participants: Senator Clinton P. Anderson (D-NM) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Louis Banks. Topics: Support of administration's program of flexible farm parities, food surpluses, and Indochina crisis. (200LW476)

MAY 24, 1954 Participants: Representative James E. Van Zandt (R-PA) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Dangers of atomic weapons and their use in conventional wars, peaceful uses for atomic energy, location of uranium deposits, and American involvement in French Indochina war. (200LW477)

MAY 26, 1954 Participants: Senator J. William Fulbright (D-AR) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Student exchange program, appraisal of situation in Indochina, trade with the People's Republic of China, and Fulbright's opinion of Senator Joseph R. McCarthy. (200LW478)

MAY 28, 1954 Participants: William Henry, Lord Beveridge, British economist and author of the "Beveridge Plan," interviewed by Larry Lesueur and John B. Oakes. Topics: The "Beveridge Plan" for social insurance from cradle to grave, and comparison of social programs in Britain and America. (200LW479)

JUNE 2, 1954 Participants: James J. Wadsworth, U.S. Deputy Delegate to the United Nations, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Francis W. Carpenter. Topics: Effectiveness of the United Nations, Thailand's appeal for help from the United Nations, possibility of peace observers being sent to Southeast Asia, and world disarmament. (200LW480)

JUNE 4, 1954 Participants: Senator Price Daniel (D-TX) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Appraisal of Eisenhower's policies, Indochina, farm policies, and the impact on Texas schools of the Supreme Court's decisions on desegregation. (200LW533)

JUNE 7, 1954 Participants: Representative Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. (D-NY) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Ned Calmer. Topics: Segregation and integration, political effect of the Supreme Court's desegregation decisions on the black vote, and communism in the black community. (200LW551)

JUNE 9, 1954 Participants: M. P. Burla, Indian industrialist, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Krisna Belleraman. Topics: Aggressive communist policies and India's reaction to them, India's emphasis on agricultural production, foreign investment in India, and American attitudes toward India. (200LW481)

JUNE 11, 1954 Participants: Senator Eva Bowring (R-NE) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Bill Costello. Topics: Bowring's political career, and her impressions, hopes, plans, and duties as a Senator. (200LW482)

JUNE 14, 1954 Participants: Antonio Fernos-Isern, Resident Commissioner of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Ned Calmer. Topics: Commonwealth status of Puerto Rico, poverty in Puerto Rico, and Puerto Rican immigration to the mainland. (200LW483)

JUNE 16, 1954 Participants: Thanat Khoman, Minister Plenipotentiary of Thailand and Acting Permanent Representative to the United Nations, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Francis W. Carpenter. Topics: Thailand's request for a U.N. peace patrol and the Thai army. (200LW318)

JUNE 18, 1954 Participants: Senator Francis Case (R-SD) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and John B. Oakes. Topics: The Armed Services Committee, the Army-McCarthy hearings, committee chairmanships, national defense, and primary issues in the congressional elections. (200LW596)

JUNE 21, 1954 Participants: Harvey V. Higley, Administrator of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Administration, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and George Herman. Topics: Veterans' benefits and problems. (200LW319)

JUNE 23, 1954 Participants: Senator Samuel J. Ervin, Jr. (D-NC) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Washington, DC, as a political town, functions of a new Senator, and Ervin's views on school integration. (200LW320)

JUNE 25, 1954 Participants: Representative George A. Dondero (R-MI) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Passage of the St. Lawrence Seaway Act and its benefits. (200LW321)

JUNE 28, 1954 Participants: Representative Elford A. Cederberg (R-MI) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Charles Collingwood. Topics: House appropriation bills on foreign aid and military construction and proposed budgetary cutbacks in State, Labor, and Health Department programs. (200LW322)

JUNE 30, 1954 Participants: Senator Homer E. Capehart (R-IN) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Investigation of irregularities in the Federal Housing Administration, present housing program, Latin America, and tariffs and trade. (200LW323)

JULY 5, 1954 Participants: Harold C. McClellan, president, National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Diagnosis of the economy, NAM position on unemployment, and the impact of foreign trade on domestic economy. (200LW484)

JULY 7, 1954 Participants: Senator George A. Smathers (D-FL) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Admission of the People's Republic of China to the United Nations, U.S. aid to Latin America, and admission of new states to the Union. (200LW581)

JULY 9, 1954 Participants: Harold E. Stassen, director, Foreign Operations Administration (former president of the University of Pennsylvania, and Governor of Minnesota), interviewed by Larry Lesueur and John B. Oakes. Topics: Foreign aid bill and its attached riders and U.S. economic aid and trade. (200LW324)

JULY 12, 1954 Participants: Basil O'Connor, president, the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Ned Calmer. Topic: Spread and control of polio. (200LW325)

JULY 14, 1954 Participants: Ernest A. Gross, former U.S. Deputy Representative to the United Nations, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topic: Admission of the People's Republic of China to the United Nations. (200LW326)

JULY 16, 1954 Participants: Senator Henry M. "Scoop" Jackson (D-WA) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Ron Cochran. Topic: The Army-McCarthy hearings. (200LW579)

JULY 19, 1954 Participants: Senator Henry C. Dworshak (R-MN) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and John B. Oakes. Topics: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, Army-McCarthy hearings, efforts to censure McCarthy for his investigative tactics, and reduction in foreign military and economic aid appropriations. (200LW485)

JULY 21, 1954 Participants: Henry Clay Alexander, national chairman, American-Korean Foundation, and president, J. P. Morgan & Co., interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Lou Cioffi. Topics: Functions and objectives of the American-Korean Foundation. (200LW549)

JULY 23, 1954 Participants: Tingfu F. Tsiang, Permanent Nationalist Chinese Representative to the United Nations, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Richard Witkin. Topics: His role in the United Nations, possible admission of the People's Republic of China to the United Nations, and communist Chinese aggression. (200LW486)

JULY 26, 1954 Participants: Representative Walter H. Judd (R-MN), House Foreign Affairs Committee, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Louis Banks. Topics: U.S.-China relations, the strategic importance of Formosa, opposition to U.N. recognition of the People's Republic of China, and assessment of the "domino" theory of the communist threat to Southeast Asia. (200LW637)

JULY 28, 1954 Participants: Rajeshwar Dayal, Permanent Indian Delegate to the United Nations, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Special roles of India in Korea and Indochina, admission of the People's Republic of China to the United Nations, and relations between the United States and India. (200LW487)

AUGUST 2, 1954 Participants: Ezra T. Benson, Secretary of Agriculture, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Louis Banks. Topics: Farm support program, farmers' income, and farm surpluses. (200LW489)

AUGUST 2, 1954 Participants: Brig. Gen. John H. Michaelis, Commandant of Cadets, U.S. Military Academy at West Point, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Louis Banks. Topics: Training of cadets, chief characteristics of a commander in an atomic war, and morale of the men entering the officer class at West Point. (200LW488)

AUGUST 4, 1954 Participants: Representative Samuel W. Yorty (D-CA) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Emphasis on air power in the Indochina war, campaign issues, and House Un-American Activities Committee investigations. (200LW591)

AUGUST 6, 1954 Participants: James P. Mitchell, Secretary of Labor, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Joseph A. Loftus. Topics: Mitchell's labor philosophy prior to appointment, prospects for labor peace, the recent strike in atomic energy plants, the Taft-Hartley Act, and current employment situation. (200LW492)

AUGUST 9, 1954 Participants: Dean Rusk, president, Rockefeller Foundation, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Louis Banks. Topics: Background for establishment of the Rockefeller Foundation and the General Education Board and tax exemptions for nonprofit and educational foundations. (200LW328)

AUGUST 11, 1954 Participants: Dave Beck, general president, International Brotherhood of Teamsters Union, AFL, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Merlin Pitterlee. Topics: Economic recession, relationship of Teamsters Union to employers and other labor unions, communist influence in the American labor movement, and racketeers. (200LW329)

AUGUST 13, 1954 Participants: Gabriel Hauge, Economic Adviser to the President, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topic: President Dwight D. Eisenhower's economic policies. (200LW330)

AUGUST 16, 1954 Participants: J. Gordon Baethe, space researcher, Office of Naval Research, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Building a space platform, developing rockets, space survival and travel, and Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) sightings. (200LW568)

AUGUST 18, 1954 Participants: Representative Steven B. Derounian (R-NY) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Louis Banks. Topics: Relations between House and Senate, accomplishments of the House during the 83d session, communism in government, effect of McCarran Act on immigration, and atomic energy legislation. (200LW493)

AUGUST 20, 1954 Participants: M. Stanley Livingston, chairman, American Federation of Scientists (AFS), interviewed by Larry Lesueur and John B. Oakes. Topics: Work of the AFS and security risks within the scientific community. (200LW560)

AUGUST 23, 1954 Participants: Senator Albert Gore (D-TN) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Relations between the 83d Congress and the President, Gore's opposition to the Atomic Energy bill, and criticism of the Dixon-Yates atomic energy contract approved by President Dwight D. Eisenhower over Atomic Energy Commission objections. (200LW494)

AUGUST 25, 1954 Participants: Representative Gordon H. Scherer (R-OH) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and James Keo. Topics: House Un-American Activities Committee, the Communist Control Act, and transmittal of information by civil service employees to investigative congressional committees. (200LW575)

AUGUST 27, 1954 Participants: Ernest Angell, chairman of the board, American Civil Liberties Union, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topic: The Communist Control Act. (200LW495)

AUGUST 30, 1954 Participants: Henry T. Heald, chancellor, New York University, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Objectives of a college education, opportunities for college graduates, long-range problems of a university, and draft deferral options for students. (200LW496)

SEPTEMBER 1, 1954 Participants: Lt. Gen. C. R. Hubner, director, New York State Civil Defense Commission, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Lou Cioffi. Topic: Local civil defense procedures in case of nuclear attack. (200LW497)

SEPTEMBER 3, 1954 Participants: James B. Carey, secretary-treasurer, Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO), interviewed by Larry Lesueur and A. H. Raskin. Topics: Status of the labor movement including possible AFL-CIO merger, prospects for an international union, President Eisenhower's position on labor and unemployment. (200LW498)

SEPTEMBER 6, 1954 Participants: J. Ernest Wilkins, Assistant Secretary of Labor, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: International Labor Organization, labor unions in other countries, and segregation. (200LW331)

SEPTEMBER 10, 1954 Participants: Samuel S. Leibowitz, defense attorney and judge, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and James Keo. Topic: Increasing crime among youth due to moral deterioration of society. (200LW333)

SEPTEMBER 13, 1954 Participants: W. Albert Noyes, 1954 Priestley Award winner, American Chemical Society, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Need for more qualified scientists, secrecy in scientific projects, developments in nuclear physics, biochemistry, synthetic food, and creative difficulties and problems inherent in team research as opposed to individual scientific research. (200LW334)

SEPTEMBER 15, 1954 Participants: Sir Percy C. Spender, Australian Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Francis W. Carpenter. Topics: Communist influence in Australia and Japan, admission of the People's Republic of China to the United Nations, and the Greek-Cypriot dispute. (200LW335)

SEPTEMBER 17, 1954 Participants: Representative Kenneth A. Roberts (D-AL) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Incidents of violence in Congress, economic revival and social change in the South, and southern attitudes toward Supreme Court desegregation decisions. (200LW553)

SEPTEMBER 20, 1954 Participants: Samuel Brownell, U.S. Commissioner of Education, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and John B. Oakes. Topics: Education of American children, teacher shortages, and loyalty oaths. (200LW337)

SEPTEMBER 22, 1954 Participants: Madame Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, retiring President of the United Nations General Assembly, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Francis W. Carpenter. Topics: World peace initiatives, reasons for India's nonparticipation in the Manila Conference, barriers between India and the United States, and development of resources in India. (200LW499)

SEPTEMBER 24, 1954 Participants: Sir Alexander Gratham, Governor General of Hong Kong, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Trade between Hong Kong and China, importance of Hong Kong to the West, Hong Kong's relationship to the Chinese on the mainland, and description of life inside Hong Kong. (200LW339)

OCTOBER 1, 1954 Participants: Richard G. Casey, Australian Foreign Minister, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Francis W. Carpenter. Topics: Manila Treaty, admission of the People's Republic of China to the United Nations, Colombo Plan, and the cold war. (200LW340)

OCTOBER 4, 1954 Participants: Albert M. Cole, Administrator of the Housing and Home Finance Agency, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Griffin Bancroft. Topics: Charges of housing scandals, status of public housing programs, and urban renewal. (200LW341)

OCTOBER 6, 1954 Participants: Robert B. Meyner, Governor of New Jersey, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Meyner's opinion of President Eisenhower, economic picture in New Jersey, campaign issues in 1954, congested roads, Governor's duties, and desegregation in New Jersey. (200LW500)

OCTOBER 8, 1954 Participants: Senator John C. Stennis (D-MS) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Louis Banks. Topics: Watkins Committee and German rearmament. (200LW343)

OCTOBER 11, 1954 Participants: Senator Prescott Bush (R-CT) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Highway improvement funds, toll roads, housing graft investigations, and rehabilitation home owner loans. (200LW603)

OCTOBER 15, 1954 Participants: Herbert Morrison, deputy leader, Labor Party, and Member of the British House of Commons, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Charles Collingwood. Topics: His visit to the People's Republic of China, difference between American and British point of view on the world situation (particularly Soviet and Chinese aggression), and the British opinion on German rearmament. (200LW345)

OCTOBER 18, 1954 Participants: Val Peterson, Administrator of the Federal Civil Defense Administration (former Governor of Nebraska), interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Griffin Bancroft. Topics: Need for civil defense, how civil defense bureaucracy works, peacetime activities of civil defense, and procedures in case of atomic attack. (200LW346)

OCTOBER 20, 1954 Participants: Stephen A. Mitchell, chairman, Democratic National Committee, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Louis Banks. Topics: Trends in the upcoming congressional elections, the Democratic Party's strength on economic issues, and extent and use of Democratic Party funds. (200LW347)

OCTOBER 22, 1954 Participants: Morehead Patterson, chairman, U.S. Committee for United Nations Day, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Thomas J. Hamilton. Topics: The United Nations' purpose, its work, and effectiveness. (200LW348)

OCTOBER 25, 1954 Participants: Edmond Michelet, Member of the French Senate (former French Minister of War), interviewed by Larry Lesueur and John B. Oakes. Topics: Rearmament of Germany, Franco-German relations, and French communists. (200LW349)

OCTOBER 27, 1954 Participants: Charles E. Saltzman, Under Secretary of State, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Morale and security in the State Department and in the foreign service officer corps. (200LW350)

OCTOBER 29, 1954 Participants: Leonard W. Hall, chairman, Republican National Committee, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Louis Banks. Topics: Upcoming congressional elections, Senator Joseph R. McCarthy's impact on Republican prospects, and appraisal of Eisenhower as President. (200LW351)

NOVEMBER 1, 1954 Participants: Anna Lord Strauss, chairman, Fair Campaign Practices Committee, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Bill Shadel. Topics: The committee's advocacy of a code of honesty, fair play, and decency in political campaigning practices. (200LW280)

NOVEMBER 3, 1954 Participants: Robert Trout, news commentator, Columbia Broadcasting System, and August Heckscher, chief editorial writer, New York Herald Tribune, interviewed by Larry Lesueur. Topics: Special postelection edition on the recent congressional contests and an analysis of election results. (200LW353)

NOVEMBER 5, 1954 Participants: Paul Henri Spaak, Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Francis W. Carpenter. Topics: Defeat of the European Defense Community, rearmament of Germany, communist situation in Europe, and effect of recent American elections on Europe. (200LW501)

NOVEMBER 8, 1954 Participants: Jacob K. Javits, Attorney General of the State of New York and former Representative in Congress, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Louis Banks. Topics: Effect of New York congressional elections on the 1956 Presidential campaign, possible planks in the 1956 Republican platform, and functions of a state attorney general. (200LW616)

NOVEMBER 10, 1954 Participants: Merton B. Tice, national commander, Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Lou Cioffi. Topics: Benefits for veterans, universal military training, and VFW role in civil defense. (200LW354)

NOVEMBER 12, 1954 Participants: Arnold J. Toynbee, British historian and director of studies, Royal Institute of International Affairs, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Recurring historical patterns in world civilizations, observations on western civilization, and prospects for coexistence between the United States and the Soviet Union. (200LW502)

NOVEMBER 15, 1954 Participants: Senator Allen J. Ellender, Sr. (D-LA) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Louis Banks. Topics: Reorganization of the Senate by Democrats, flexible price supports, censure of Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, and the Israeli-Arab problem in the Middle East. (200LW503)

NOVEMBER 17, 1954 Participants: Robert Marjolin, Secretary General of the Organization for European Economic Cooperation, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Harland Cleveland. Topics: American aid to Europe, European trade, and American exports to Europe. (200LW504)

NOVEMBER 19, 1954 Participants: Nikolai E. Khokhlov, a former captain in the Soviet secret police, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Khokhlov's recent defection to the West; his role and methods in assassination missions for Soviet intelligence; extent of Soviet secret operations in other countries, including the United States; status of his wife and son in the Soviet Union; and an analysis of the current Soviet leadership and communist system of government by terror. (200LW505)

NOVEMBER 22, 1954 Participants: Senator H. Alexander Smith (R-NJ) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Francis W. Carpenter. Topics: Role as a delegate to the United Nations, views concerning current congressional hearings on censure of Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, proposed Big Four meeting in Europe, colonialism in Asia, situation on Formosa, and admission of the People's Republic of China to the United Nations. (200LW506)

NOVEMBER 24, 1954 Participants: Henry Steele Commager, historian, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Comparison of present American civilization with earlier life in America and with the present European culture. (200LW358)

NOVEMBER 26, 1954 Participants: Senator John L. McClellan (D-AR) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Robert Trout. Topics: His plans as possible future chairman of the Senate Investigative Subcommittee and effect of pressure group petitions on possible censure of Senator Joseph R. McCarthy. (200LW572)

NOVEMBER 29, 1954 Participants: Andrew Nutting, British Minister of State, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Charles Collingwood. Topics: Atomic disarmament and British trade with China. (200LW507)

DECEMBER 1, 1954 Participants: Minton Rosen, head, Rocket Development for Naval Research Laboratories, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Lou Cioffi. Topics: Rockets, satellites, space travel, moon exploration, and flying saucers. (200LW359)

DECEMBER 3, 1954 Participants: Senator-elect Clifford P. Case (R-NH) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and John B. Oakes. Topics: Censure of Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, its ramifications, and Case's opinion of President Eisenhower. (200LW508)

DECEMBER 6, 1954 Participants: Vengalil Krishna Menon, chairman, Indian Delegation to the United Nations, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Thomas J. Hamilton. Topics: U.S.-Indian relations, settlement of the Indochina issue, and communist influence in India. (200LW360)

DECEMBER 8, 1954 Participants: Rear Adm. Richard E. Byrd, Antarctic explorer, interviewed by Kenneth Crawford and Larry Lesueur. Topic: Exploration in the Arctic and Antarctic regions. (200LW361)

DECEMBER 10, 1954 Participants: Senator Ralph E. Flanders (R-VT) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Louis Banks. Topics: Possible effects of the censure vote against Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, strengthening the Republican Party, and U.S. coexistence with the communist world. (200LW564)

DECEMBER 13, 1954 Participants: Senator John M. Butler (R-MD) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Walter Cronkite. Topics: Repercussions of censure of Senator Joseph R. McCarthy and appraisal of President Eisenhower. (200LW362)

DECEMBER 17, 1954 Participants: Senator A. S. Mike Monroney (D-OK) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and John B. Oakes. Topics: American foreign military aid, bipartisan foreign policy, farm price supports, and Senate investigating committees. (200LW367)

DECEMBER 20, 1954 Participants: Senator John J. Sparkman (D-AL) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Robert Trout. Topics: Stock market activity, increased corporate mergers, price levels, Stassen Plan for Asia, and the 1956 Democratic Presidential ticket. (200LW368)

DECEMBER 24, 1954 Participants: Edward L. R. Elson, pastor, National Presbyterian Church, Washington, DC, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Religious revival in the United States, deterioration of American culture, and the real meaning of Christmas. (200LW357)

DECEMBER 27, 1954 Participants: Senator Arthur V. Watkins (R-UT), chairman, Senate select committee to study charges against McCarthy, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and William Hines. Topics: Senate censure hearing on Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, foreign aid, and U.S. trade. (200LW370)

DECEMBER 29, 1954 Participants: Bernard M. Shanley, Special Counsel to the President, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Griffin Bancroft. Topics: President's domestic legislative program for the next year and a typical day for the President. (200LW509)

DECEMBER 31, 1954 Participants: August Heckscher, chief editorial writer, New York Herald Tribune, and John B. Oakes of the editorial board, New York Times, interviewed by Larry Lesueur. Topics: Special edition on important news events of 1954 with predictions of events in the coming year. (200LW628)

1955

JANUARY 3, 1955 Participants: Ferenc Nagy, former Prime Minister of Hungary, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Alexander Kendrick. Topics: Possibilities of coexistence between the communists and the West, balloon propaganda campaign in Hungary, and impressions of recent trip to India. (200LW372)

JANUARY 5, 1955 Participants: Luther H. Evans, Director General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), interviewed by Larry Lesueur and David Schoenbrun. Topics: Purpose, work, and achievements of UNESCO. (200LW510)

JANUARY 7, 1955 Participants: Representative James P. Richards (D-SC) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Bill Downs. Topics: Need for cooperation between the legislative and the executive branches of government in foreign affairs; foreign aid funds; U.S. foreign policy objectives in the Far East; and impressions received from visits to Formosa, Indochina, and India. (200LW511)

JANUARY 10, 1955 Participants: Carlos Davila, Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Daniel Schorr. Topics: Influence of the OAS in Latin America, dispute between Costa Rica and Nicaragua, and communism in Latin America. (200LW512)

JANUARY 12, 1955 Participants: Representative Leslie C. Arends (D-IL) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Louis Banks. Topics: Duties as minority party whip, problems with legislative proposals before the House on military cutbacks, defense spending, and President Eisenhower's economic program. (200LW513)

JANUARY 14, 1955 Participants: Representative Emanuel Cellar (D-NY) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: McCarran-Walter Immigration Act, the administration's handling of the Ladejinsky Case, immigration laws, tariff policy, and mergers in big business. (200LW514)

JANUARY 17, 1955 Participants: John Noble, an American released from a Siberian labor camp, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: His seizure and arrest by Soviet authorities in Dresden, German Democratic Republic; his imprisonment in a Soviet labor camp; and the 1953 strike in the Vokuta Camp. (200LW515)

JANUARY 21, 1955 Participants: Senator Gordon L. Allott (R-CO) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Present crisis between China and Formosa, the President's program supporting trade and highway construction in Western states, and high protectionist tariffs. (200LW516)

JANUARY 24, 1955 Participants: Clare Booth Luce, U.S. Ambassador to Italy, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and John B. Oakes. Topics: Communist influence in Italy and Italian-American relations. (200LW375)

JANUARY 26, 1955 Participants: Representative T. James Tumulty (D-NJ) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Walter Cronkite. Topics: House vote for President Eisenhower's resolution to use American forces to defend Formosa. (200LW517)

JANUARY 28, 1955 Participants: Tingfu F. Tsiang, Chief Delegate from Nationalist China to the United Nations, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Congressional resolution to defend Formosa, U.N. proposal for Korean cease-fire, the admission of the People's Republic of China to the United Nations, and possible increased warfare in the Formosa Strait. (200LW376)

JANUARY 31, 1955 Participants: Representative John M. Vorys (R-OH) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Prospects for peace between the People's Republic of China and Nationalist China, U.S. intervention, and proposed cease-fire for the Formosa Strait and islands along the Chinese mainland. (200LW527)

FEBRUARY 2, 1955 Participants: Victor A. Belaunde, President of the United Nations Security Council, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Thomas J. Hamilton. Topics: U.N. Security Council's invitation to the People's Republic of China to discuss a cease-fire in the Formosa Strait and basis for Security Council's claim of jurisdiction in dispute between Communist China and Nationalist China. (200LW518)

FEBRUARY 4, 1955 Participants: Gerald M. Loeb, investment broker, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Eugene Miller. Topics: Stock market, forecast of market trends, stock investments, and causes of stock market fluctuations. (200LW539)

FEBRUARY 9, 1955 Participants: Daniel A. Poling, editor, Christian Herald, and president, Armed Services Chaplains Association, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Observations after visit to Far East on conflict between Formosa and Communist China, impression of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek, support for U.S. defense of Nationalist China, current status of Soviet-Chinese relations, and opinion on the self-destructive tendencies within communism. (200LW519)

FEBRUARY 11, 1955 Participants: Representative Chauncey W. Reed (R-IL) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and John B. Oakes. Topics: Abraham Lincoln's political career, comparison of political life during Lincoln's day with recent times, increased salaries for Members of Congress, the Bricker amendment, and income taxes. (200LW377)

FEBRUARY 14, 1955 Participants: James V. Bennett, Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Penal reform, current prison population, and reasons for prison unrest. (200LW520)

FEBRUARY 16, 1955 Participants: Senator Michael J. Mansfield (D-MT) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Bill Costello. Topics: Pacific area foreign policy, defense of Formosa and the Pescadores, and views on saving South Vietnam from communism. (200LW378)

FEBRUARY 21, 1955 Participants: V. K. Wellington Koo, Nationalist Chinese Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Harland Cleveland. Topics: Sino-Soviet relations and the Formosan situation. (200LW379)

FEBRUARY 23, 1955 Participants: Gen. Carlos P. Romulo, Special Envoy from the Philippine President to the United States, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Francis W. Carpenter. Topics: Conference in Bangkok to save Southeast Asia from communism and plans for a future conference to protect Asia from colonialism. (200LW380)

MARCH 2, 1955 Participants: John R. Dunning, nuclear physicist and dean, Columbia University School of Engineering, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: U.S. technical superiority over the Soviet Union in the development of atomic weapons and the need to raise the world standard of living. (200LW521)

MARCH 4, 1955 Participants: Representative Victor L. Anfuso (D-NY) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Louis Banks. Topics: McCarren-Walter Act and refugee program. (200LW534)

MARCH 7, 1955 Participants: Senator Theodore F. Green (D-RI) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Green's political career, Eisenhower's programs, situation in Formosa, and national defense policies. (200LW5220)

MARCH 9, 1955 Participants: The Reverend Georges Bissonnette, Catholic priest, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Harrison Salisbury. Topics: Bissonnette's expulsion from the Soviet Union and the current status of religion in the Soviet Union. (200LW382)

MARCH 11, 1955 Participants: Representative James Roosevelt (D-NY) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Walter Cronkite. Topics: Small business, defense of Formosa, and tax reduction. (200LW383)

MARCH 14, 1955 Participants: Abba Eban, Israeli Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: The danger to the West of the situation in the Gaza Strip and appraisal of current tensions between Israel and the Arab nations. (200LW384)

MARCH 16, 1955 Participants: Maurice Couv‚ de Murville, French Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: The current French government, the French economic situation, and French policy toward Vietnam. (200LW385)

MARCH 18, 1955 Participants: Manlio G. Brosio, Italian Ambassador to the United States, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Francis W. Carpenter. Topics: Assessment of Italian Communist Party, strength of neofascists in Italian politics, Italian-Yugoslav relations and United States-Italian relations, trade agreements, and need for effective economic planning to erase social inequalities in Italian society. (200LW535)

MARCH 21, 1955 Participants: Rufus E. Clement, president, Atlanta University, and Dr. Horace M. Bond, president, Lincoln University, interviewed by Larry Lesueur. Topics: The revolution in education, effect of Brown v. Board of Education on black universities and colleges, blacks in the teaching profession, and the importance of Afro-American and Afro-Asian relations. (200LW386)

MARCH 23, 1955 Participants: Senator Richard Neuberger (D-OR) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Louis Banks. Topics: Electric power in the Pacific Northwest, atomic energy, communism, and prosperity in the United States. (200LW523)

MARCH 25, 1955 Participants: Senator James O. Eastland (D-MS) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Walter Cronkite. Topics: The case of Harry Matusow, an ex-Communist who declared in his book, False Witness, and in affadivits filed in El Paso, TX, and in New York that he had lied repeatedly as a professional government witness at trials and congressional hearings, and Eastland's reaction to the Supreme Court decision on school desegregation. (200LW595)

MARCH 30, 1955 Participants: Representative Frank C. Osmers, Jr. (R-NJ) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Kenneth Crawford. Topics: Possibility of American military victory over Communist China and the need for strengthening U.S. Armed Forces. (200LW387)

APRIL 1, 1955 Participants: Senator Thomas H. Kuchel interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: The Formosa resolution, 1956 Presidential campaign, and 1956 Republican convention in California. (200LW391)

APRIL 6,1955 Participants: T. Coleman Andrews, Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Walter Cronkite. Topic: Recent and proposed changes in the federal income tax laws. (200LW393)

APRIL 8, 1955 Participants: G. Bromley Oxnam, Bishop of the Methodist Church of Washington, DC, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Winston Burdett. Topics: Church membership, unity among Protestant denominations, racial integration, positive thinking, the atomic bomb, and universal military training. (200LW394)

APRIL 13, 1955 Participants: Senator Patrick V. McNamara (D-MI) interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Louis Banks. Topics: Comments of Adlai Stevenson concerning the administration's foreign policy in the Far East, effect of a guaranteed annual wage upon the economy, strikes in the automobile industry, and federal aid to education. (200LW396)

APRIL 18, 1955 Participants: Henry J. Anslinger, U.S. Commissioner of Narcotics, Department of the Treasury, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and Robert Manning. Topics: Drug traffic in the United States, the People's Republic of China as a source for drugs, and federal efforts to resolve problem of drug addiction. (200LW524)

APRIL 22, 1955 Participants: Michael Gorman, director, National Mental Health Committee, interviewed by Larry Lesueur and August Heckscher. Topics: Extent of mental illness in the United States, costs for prevention and treatment, use of drugs as cure, dietary deficiencies as a cause of mental retardation, schizophrenia as a major illness, and opinion that mental illness is reaching epidemic proportions. (200LW525)

APRIL 25, 1955 Participants: Senator Robert A. Taft (R-OH), Governor Earl Warren of California, Senator Joseph R. McCarthy (R-WI), Senator Arthur V. Watkins (R-UT), industrialist Henry Ford II, AFL President George Meany, and Eleanor Roosevelt. The editor for this edition was Larry Lesueur. Topic: Review of past Chronoscope programs covering national affairs. (200LW389)

APRIL 27, 1955 Participants: Ambassador-at-Large John Foster Dulles, former Ambassador Chester Bowles, and Ambassadors Krishna Menon, Leo Mates, V. K. Wellington Koo, Carlos P. Romulo, and Clare Booth Luce. The editor for this edition was Larry Lesueur. Topic: Review of past Chronoscope programs covering international affairs. (200LW576)

APRIL 29, 1955 Participants: Basil O'Connor, president, National Foundation of Infantile Paralysis; Governor Herman Talmadge of Georgia; Representative Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. (D-NY); Mm. Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, former President of the United Nations General Assembly; Frank Laubach, World Authority on Literacy; Arnold J. Toynbee, British historian; Henry Steele Commager, American historian; and John R. Dunning, nuclear physicist. The editor for this edition was Larry Lesueur. Topic: Review of past Chronoscope programs covering science and social progress. (200LW565)

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Appendix A: Guests

Name and Appearance Date(s)

Alexander, Henry Clay 7/21/54

Ali, Dr. Mohammed 4/23/52

Ali, Sayed Amjad 5/18/53, 2/26/54

Allen, Charles 1/20/54

Allott, Gordon L. 1/21/55

Anderson, Clinton P. 5/21/54

Anderson, Eugenie 11/7/51

Andrews, T. Coleman 6/19/53, 2/10/54, 4/6/55

Anfuso, Victor L. 3/4/55

Angell, Ernest 8/27/54

Anslinger, Henry J. 4/18/54

Arends, Leslie C. 1/12/55

Armstrong, Maj. Gen. Harry G. 3/3/54

Armstrong, O. K. (Orland Kay) 10/1/51

Arnall, Ellis 4/28/52

Backman, Dr. Jules 5/21/52

Badger, Vice Adm. Oscar C. 6/4/52

Baethe, J. Gordon 8/16/54

Balfour, Harold Harington, Lord 1/23/52

Balkin, Col. Bernt 2/17/54

Barrett, Edward W. 8/28/53

Bartlett, Edward L. 2/19/54

Battle, Laurie C. 5/22/53

Baxter, Beverly 1/21/52

Beamer, John V. 3/10/52

Beck, Dave 8/11/54

Belaunde, Victor A. 2/2/55

Bennett, James V. 2/14/55

Bennett, Wallace F. 5/19/52

Benson, Ezra Taft 5/20/53, 8/2/54

Benton, William 6/6/52, 9/8/52

Berle, Adolf A., Jr. 2/20/53

Beveridge, William Henry, Lord 5/28/54

Birdwood, Christopher Bromhead, Baron 2/18/53

Bissonnette, Rev. Georges 3/9/55

Black, Eugene 4/21/52

Blandy, Adm. William H. P. 6/11/51

Boggs, Hale 12/17/52

Boheman, Erik A. 7/4/52

Bolton, Frances P. 10/2/53

Bond, Horace M. 3/21/55

Bonnet, Henri 10/20/52

Bowles, Chester 6/17/53, 1/13/54, 4/27/55

Bowring, Eva 6/11/54

Brannan, Charles F. 2/27/53

Brewster, Owen 10/19/51

Bridges, Styles 4/14/52, 9/12/52

Brosio, Manlio G. 3/18/55

Brown, Bruce K. 12/10/52

Brown, Clarence J. 12/17/51

Brownell, Samuel 9/20/54

Brownson, Charles B. 3/26/52, 5/27/53

Bruggman, Charles 5/11/53

Bullitt, William C. 9/24/51

Burke, Thomas A. 3/29/54

Burla, M. P. 6/9/54

Bush, Prescott 9/9/53, 10/11/54

Bushnell, Asa S. 3/19/52

Butler, John M. 12/13/54

Byrd, Harry C. 12/21/51

Byrd, Rear Adm. Richard E. 12/8/54

Cain, Harry P. 10/26/51

Capehart, Homer E. 3/6/53, 6/30/54

Carey, James B. 9/3/54

Carlson, Frank 4/10/53

Carvel, Elbert N. 1/7/52

Case, Clifford P. 1/9/53, 12/3/54

Case, Francis 6/18/54

Casey, Richard G. 11/10/52, 9/25/53, 10/1/54

Caudle, T. Lamar 10/13/52

Cederberg, Elford A. 6/28/54

Celler, Emanuel 2/29/52, 1/14/55

Ching, Cyrus S. 2/25/52

Clapp, Gordon R. 6/5/53

Clement, Rufus E. 3/21/55

Cole, Albert M. 1/8/54, 10/4/54

Cole, W. Sterling 12/28/53

Commager, Prof. Henry Steele 11/24/54, 4/29/55

Cook, Donald C. 3/13/53

Cooper, John S. 12/8/52, 3/5/54

Coudert, Frederic R., Jr. 2/8/52, 8/15/52

Crittenberger, Gen. Willis D. 4/13/53

Daniel, Price 2/4/52, 3/27/53, 6/4/54

Darvall, Frank 12/4/53

Davila, Dr. Carlos 1/10/55

Dawson, William A. 4/30/54

Dayal, Rajeshwar 7/28/54

Derounian, Steven B. 8/18/54

Dewey, Thomas E. 10/15/52

Dietz, Arthur O. 10/23/53

Dirksen, Everett M. 5/7/52

Dobbs, Farrell 8/1/52

Dondero, George A. 6/12/53, 6/25/54

Dorn, W. J. Bryan 4/15/53

Douglas, Paul H. 10/8/52, 5/17/54

Duff, James H. 12/18/53

Dulles, John Foster 2/18/52, 4/27/55

Dunning, John R. 1/21/53, 3/2/55, 4/29/55

Dworshak, Henry C. 7/19/54

Eastland, James O. 3/25/55

Eban, Abba 9/21/53, 3/14/55

Eccles, Marriner S. 11/14/51

Ellender, Allen J., Sr. 11/15/54

Elson, Rev. Dr. Edward L. R. 12/24/54

Ervin, Samuel J., Jr. 6/23/54

Evans, Dr. Luther H. 1/5/55

Ewing, Oscar R. 11/23/51

Farley, James A. 8/25/52, 9/15/52

Farrington, Joseph R. 6/13/52, 4/22/53, 1/11/54

Fellers, Brig. Gen. Bonner F. 10/3/51

Ferguson, Homer 10/12/51, 11/16/53

Fernos-Isern, Antonio 6/14/54

Fine, John S. 7/28/52, 2/22/54

Flanders, Ralph E. 11/9/51, 12/10/54

Flemming, Arthur S. 2/27/52

Floberg, John F. 8/20/52

Ford, Henry II 11/2/53, 4/25/55

Fowler, Henry H. 8/11/52

Franks, Sir Oliver 2/1/52

Frear, J. Allen, Jr. 12/26/52

Frelinghuysen, Peter, Jr. 1/27/54

Fritchey, Clayton 8/31/53

Fulbright, J. William 5/26/54

Funston, G. Keith 2/20/52

Gaitskell, Hugh 7/24/53

Galloway, Col. Irene O. 5/12/54

Gillette, Guy M. 5/14/54

Goldwater, Barry M. 11/26/52

Gore, Albert 8/23/54

Gorman, Michael 4/22/55

Grady, Henry F. 10/24/51, 11/19/52

Graf, Rev. Charles H. 12/24/52

Gratham, Sir Alexander 9/24/54

Green, Theodore F. 12/3/52, 3/7/55

Gregg, Eugene S. 8/29/52

Gross, Ernest A. 8/6/51, 2/22/52, 5/4/53, 7/14/54

Gruber, Dr. Karl 3/31/54

Guidotti, Gastone 5/19/54

Hall, Leonard W. 10/29/54

Hambro, Carl J. 11/14/52

Harding, Charles L. 9/28/51

Harriman, E. Roland 12/25/53

Harriman, W. Averell 5/30/52, 10/29/52, 5/25/53, 1/6/54

Harris, Gen. Harold R. 12/7/53

Hartley, Fred A., Jr. 3/25/53

Hauge, Gabriel 8/13/54

Hayden, Lyle J. 3/5/52

Hayes, Helen 11/12/51

Hays, Arthur Garfield 12/7/51

Hazlitt, Henry 10/17/51

Heald, Henry T. 9/15/52, 8/30/54

Hebert, F. Edward 3/3/52

Heckscher, August 11/3/54, 12/31/54

Hershey, Maj. Gen. Lewis B. 2/4/53

Herter, Christian A. 12/19/51

Hevia, Carlos 9/7/53

Hickenlooper, Bourke B. 8/27/51

Higley, Harvey V. 6/21/54

Hillings, Patrick J. 5/5/54

Hinshaw, Carl 12/9/53

Hoffman, Paul G. 7/30/51, 6/27/52, 3/17/54

Holifield, Chester E. 4/21/54

Hopkins, John J. 11/28/52

Hornsby-Smith, Patricia 10/12/53

Hosmer, Craig 4/26/54

Howell, Charles R. 5/10/54

Howley, Maj. Gen. Frank L. 1/26/53

Howrey, Edward F. 2/12/54

Hubner, Lt. Gen. C. R. 9/1/54

Humphrey, Hubert H. 3/14/52, 12/2/53

Hunt, H. L. 1/16/53

Hunt, Lester C. 1/4/54

Ives, Irving M. 1/16/52, 10/31/52

Jackson, Donald L. 4/27/53

Jackson, Henry M. "Scoop" 7/16/54

Javits, Jacob K. 3/18/53, 9/14/53, 11/8/54

Jebb, Sir Gladwyn 3/20/53, 8/17/53

Johnson, Joseph E. 4/5/54

Johnson, Robert L. 1/11/52

Johnston, Eric 12/14/53

Jones, Lewis Webster 4/30/52

Judd, Walter H. 12/10/51, 7/26/54

Kean, Robert W. 4/19/54

Kearney, Bernard W. "Pat" 3/30/53

Keating, Kenneth B. 6/20/52, 4/2/54

Kefauver, Estes 2/11/52

Kennedy, John F. 3/12/52, 8/22/52

Kenney, Gen. George C. 10/10/51

Kennon, Robert F. 2/2/53

Kerr, Robert S. 5/16/52, 7/11/52, 3/9/53

Kersten, Charles J. 11/18/53

Keyserling, Leon H. 1/12/53

Khokhlov, Nikolai E. 11/19/54

Khoman, Thanat 6/16/54

Kimball, Dan A. 12/15/52

Kline, Allan B. 7/23/51

Kohler, Walter J., Jr. 11/17/52

Komorowski, Gen. Tadeuz "General Bor" 11/2/51

Koo, V. K. Wellington 5/26/52, 2/21/55, 4/27/55

Krekler, Heinz 9/28/53

Kropotkin, Princess Alexandra 9/3/51

Kross, Judge Anna M. 4/23/54

Kubovy, Arieh L. 1/28/53

Kuchel, Thomas H. 4/1/55

Kyrou, Alexis 3/16/53

LaFarge, Oliver 5/3/54

Lamont, Corliss 10/1/52

Lane, Arthur Bliss 12/3/51, 3/24/52

Lane, Myles J. 2/6/53

Lapp, Ralph E. 9/4/53

Lasser, J. K. (Jacob Kay) 3/11/53

Laubach, Frank 3/22/54, 4/29/55

Lee, J. Bracken 6/2/52

Lehman, Herbert H. 4/16/52, 12/23/53

Leibowitz, Samuel S. 9/10/54

Leopold, Alice K. 4/16/54

Lewis, Jeffrey W. 10/16/53

Ley, Willy 8/4/52

Lim, Col. Ben 10/9/53

Livingston, M. Stanley 8/20/54

Lloyd, Selwyn 11/13/53

Locke, Edwin A., Jr. 1/7/53

Lodge, Henry Cabot, Jr. 5/2/52

Lodge, John 3/28/52, 10/10/52

Loeb, Gerald M. 2/4/55

Lord, Mary (Mrs. Oswald B.) 10/26/53

Louchheim, Katie 11/20/53

Lowdermilk, Walter C. 11/25/53

Lucas, Scott W. 9/19/52

Luce, Clare Boothe 10/24/52, 1/24/55, 4/27/55

McCarthy, Joseph R. 11/16/51, 6/25/52, 9/29/52, 4/25/55

McClellan, Harold C. 7/5/54

McClellan, John L. 11/26/54

McCormick, Edward T. 2/6/52

McCracken, Robert J. 12/24/52

McDonald, Harry A. 6/11/52

McDonald, James G. 5/12/52

McDonald, Miles F. 10/31/51

McKeldin, Theodore R. 9/17/51, 11/7/52

McNamara, Patrick V. 4/13/55

Magill, Roswell 5/28/52

Magnuson, Warren G. 3/4/53

Mahady, Henry J. 12/11/53

Makins, Sir Roger 3/24/54

Malik, Charles 10/14/53

Mansfield, Michael J. 12/21/53, 2/16/55

Marjolin, Robert 11/17/54

Martin, Fred S. 10/29/51

Martin, Paul (Gannett Newspapers) 12/26/51

Martin, Paul (Canadian Minister) 5/15/53

Martin, Thomas E. 3/10/54

Mason, Lowell B. 5/13/53

Mason, Noah M. 9/23/53

Mates, Leo 4/29/53, 2/15/54, 4/27/55

Mead, James M. 9/3/52

Meany, George 9/26/52, 4/9/54, 4/25/55

Menon, Vengalil Krishna 12/6/54, 4/27/55

Mesta, Perle 8/18/52

Meyner, Robert B. 10/6/54

Michaelis, Brig. Gen. John H. 8/2/54

Michelet, Edmond 10/25/54

Mitchell, James P. 8/6/54

Mitchell, Stephen A. 9/30/53, 10/20/54

Monroney, A. S. Mike 12/12/51, 12/17/54

Moody, Blair 11/28/51

Morley, Felix 1/30/52

Morris, Newbold 4/7/52

Morris, Robert 7/2/52

Morrison, Herbert 10/15/54

Morse, Wayne L. 4/6/53

Moses, Robert 2/11/53

Munro, Leslie Knox 3/2/53, 2/8/54

Murphy, Robert D. 8/21/53

Murray, Johnston 3/17/52

Murville, Maurice Couv‚ de 3/16/55

Nagy, Ferenc 1/3/55

Nelsen, Ancher 11/27/53

Neuberger, Richard L. 3/23/55

Noble, John 1/17/55

Noyes, Prof. W. Albert 9/13/54

Nutting, Anthony 11/29/54

Nyaradi, Dr. Nicholas 3/21/52

Oakes, John B. 12/31/54

O'Brien, Leo W. 9/15/52

O'Connor, Basil 7/12/54, 4/29/55

O'Conor, Herbert R. 12/1/52

Odlum, Floyd 9/10/51

Osmers, Frank C., Jr. 3/30/55

Oxnam, G. Bromley 4/8/55

Pace, Frank C., Jr. 7/18/52

Pandit, Madame Vijaya Lakshmi 9/18/53, 9/22/54, 4/29/55

Patman, Wright 3/8/54

Patterson, Morehead 10/22/54

Patterson, Richard C., Jr. 11/24/52

Peale, Mundy I. 1/23/53

Peterson, Val 4/20/53, 8/19/53, 10/18/54

Pierson, Warren Lee 9/16/53

Poling, Daniel A. 5/29/53, 2/9/55

Potter, Charles E. 3/1/54

Potter, Charles Francis 12/31/51

Powell, Adam Clayton, Jr. 6/7/54, 4/29/55

Priest, Ivy Baker 4/3/53, 11/6/53

Pyun, Yung Tai 12/19/52

Quill, Michael J. 1/5/53

Quintanilla, Dr. Luis 7/16/51

Rahim, Mohamed Kamil Bey Abdul 2/23/53

Ramspeck, Robert 8/8/52

Reed, Chauncey W. 2/11/55

Rhodes, George M. 4/28/54

Richards, James P. 1/7/55

Roberts, Kenneth A. 9/17/54

Roijen, J. H. van 6/10/53

Romulo, Gen. Carlos P. 3/12/54, 2/23/55, 4/27/55

Roosevelt, Eleanor 8/26/53, 4/25/55

Roosevelt, Franklin D., Jr. 10/27/52

Roosevelt, James 3/11/55

Rosen, Minton 12/1/54

Rosenblum, William 12/24/52

Royall, Gen. Kenneth C. 11/26/51

Rusk, Dean 11/30/51, 1/2/53, 8/9/54

Rusk, Howard 4/1/53, 11/9/53

Russell, Richard B. 4/18/52, 7/14/52

Saltzman, Charles E. 10/27/54

Sarper, Selim 1/25/54

Sastroamidjojo, Ali 3/31/52

Scheele, Leonard A. 4/7/54

Scherer, Gordon H. 8/25/54

Schram, Emil 2/3/54

Scott, Hugh D., Jr. 12/14/51, 9/1/52, 9/2/53

Seaton, Frederick A. 4/25/52

Seversky, Maj. Alexander P. de 12/5/51, 7/30/52

Shanley, Bernard M. 12/29/54

Shawcross, Sir Hartley 1/22/54

Shearin, Rev. John 12/24/52

Shepherd, Gen. Lemuel C., Jr. 8/27/52

Simmons, John F. 3/26/54

Simpson, Gen. Sir Frank 2/5/54

Sligh, Charles R., Jr. 11/30/53

Sloan, George A. 1/2/52, 12/5/52

Smathers, George A. 11/21/51, 6/1/53, 7/7/54

Smith, H. Alexander 9/24/52, 11/22/54

Spaak, Paul Henri 11/5/54

Sparkman, John J. 3/7/52, 12/20/54

Spender, Sir Percy C. 9/15/54

Spingarn, Stephen J. 12/12/52

Stassen, Harold E. 1/14/52, 7/9/54

Stennis, John C. 2/15/52, 10/21/53, 10/8/54

Strauss, Anna Lord 11/1/54

Struble, Adm. Arthur D. 2/9/53

Sutton, Louis V. 7/16/52

Taber, John 10/28/53

Taft, Robert A. 1/25/52, 4/25/55

Talmadge, Herman 4/14/54, 4/29/55

Thomas, Norman 11/5/51, 2/16/53, 5/7/54,

Thornburg, Max W. 7/9/51 Thors, Thor 5/6/53

Thye, Edward J. 3/23/53

Tice, Merton B. 11/10/54

Tobin, Maurice J. 9/26/51

Tompkins, Bernard 12/30/53

Toynbee, Arnold J. 11/12/54, 4/29/55

Trout, Robert 11/3/54

Tsiang, Tingfu F. 7/3/51, 7/23/54, 1/28/55

Tumulty, T. James 1/26/55

Tyson, Robert C. 5/5/52

Underwood, Horace E. 12/16/53

Van Fleet, Gen. James A. 1/29/54

Van Slyke, C. J. 10/30/53

Van Zandt, James E. 5/8/53, 5/24/54

Velde, Harold H. 1/30/53

Vorys, John M. 1/31/55

Wadsworth, James J. 6/2/54

Wallace, Henry A. 12/28/51, 10/17/52

Warren, Earl 4/11/52, 4/25/55

Warren, Fuller 10/3/52

Watkins, Arthur V. 12/27/54, 4/25/55

Wedemeyer, Lt. Gen. Albert C. 6/18/52

Welker, Herman 4/17/53

Wilbur, Gen. William H. 1/18/52

Wilkins, J. Ernest 9/6/54

Williams, Harrison A., Jr. 11/11/53

Williams, John J. 11/4/53

Williams, Walter 1/1/54

Willoughby, Maj. Gen. Charles A. 1/19/53

Wilmot, Lord John 6/25/51

Winterton, Edward Turnour, Earl 12/22/52

Wood, Gen. John S. 4/2/52

Woods, Tighe E. 5/23/52, 10/22/52

Yang, You Chan 8/6/52, 3/19/54

Yorty, Samuel W. 8/4/54

Young, Robert R. 6/16/52

Younger, Kenneth 10/19/53


Appendix B: Co-Editors

Name. Position, Affiliation

ABRAMSON, Jesse. Sportswriter, New York Herald Tribune

BAKER, Edgar. Managing Director, Time-Life International

BANCROFT, Griffin. Columbia Broadcasting System Television News

BANKS, Louis. Associate Editor, Time

BELLERAMAN, Krisna. Chief Correspondent, Hindu Newspaper (Indian)

BOME, George A. W. Science Editor, Newsweek

BROPHY, L. A. General Business Editor, Associated Press

BUCKLEY, William F. Associate Editor, American Mercury

BURDETT, Winston. News Correspondent, Columbia Broadcasting System

BURT, Hardy. Author and correspondent

CALMER, Ned. Columbia Broadcasting System Television News

CARPENTER, Francis W. United Nations Correspondent, Associated Press

CHELLIS, Allan. Editor, People Today

CIOFFI, Lou. Columbia Broadcasting System Television News

CLEVELAND, Harland. Executive Editor, Reporter

COCHRAN, Ron. Columbia Broadcasting System Television News

COLBURN, Robert B. Editor, Business Week

COLLINGWOOD, Charles. Columbia Broadcasting System Television News

COSTELLO, Bill. News Correspondent, Columbia Broadcasting System

CRAMER, Kenneth. Executive Editor, Business Week

CRAWFORD, Kenneth. National Affairs Editor, Senior Editor, Newsweek

CROMWELL, James H. R. Former U.S. Minister to Canada

CRONKITE, Walter. News Correspondent, Columbia Broadcasting System

DEKUTH, Eugene. Financial Columnist, New York Herald Tribune

DIMICK, Peter. Affiliation unknown

DOWNS, Bill. Columbia Broadcasting System Television News

EASTMAN, Max. Author, poet, and editor

HAMILTON, Thomas J. Chief United Nations Reporter, New York Times

HAUGE, Gabriel. Editor and Assistant to the Publisher, Business Week

HAYNES, Elliott. Editor, United Nations World

HAZLITT, Henry. Contributing Editor, Newsweek, and Publisher/Editor, Freeman (also author and political economist)

HECKINGER, Fred M. Education Editor, New York Herald Tribune

HECKSCHER, August. Chief Editorial Writer, New York Herald Tribune

HERMAN, George. Columbia Broadcasting System Television News

HESS, Karl. Press Editor, Newsweek

HIBSHMAN, Nelson S. Dean, Pratt Institute

HIGH, Stanley. Reader's Digest

HINES, William. Sunday Editor, Washington Star

HOLLENBECK, Don. Columbia Broadcasting System Television News

HUIE, William Bradford. Publisher/Editor, American Mercury (also author and analyst)

HUNT, Frazier. Journalist, magazine writer, and commentator

KAHNS, Cecil. Author and foreign correspondent

KEARNS, William H., Jr. Military Editor, Business Week

KELLER, Allan. Reporter, New York World Telegram and Sun

KENDRICK, Alexander. News Correspondent, Columbia Broadcasting System

KENT, Gilbert. Medicine Editor, Time

KEO, James. Associate Editor, Time

KEYES, Peter. New York Herald Tribune

LESUEUR, Larry. News Correspondent, Columbia Broadcasting System

LEVINE, Harold. Affiliation unknown

LOFTUS, Joseph A. New York Times

LYONS, Eugene. Senior Editor, Reader's Digest

MANNING, Robert. Senior Editor, Time

MARCH, David Taylor. Education Editor, Associated Press

MARTIN, Paul. Washington Bureau Chief, Gannett News Service

MATTHEWS, J. B. Former Director of Research, House Committee on Un-American Activities

MAZO, Earl. Political Reporter, New York Herald Tribune

MILLER, Eugene. Associate Managing Editor, Business Week

MILLER, William. Affiliation unknown

MORGAN, Edward P. Columbia Broadcasting System Television News

OAKES, John B. Editorial Board, New York Times

PAPANICK, Jan. Member, Advisory Committee of the United Nations

PERDICK, Lawrence. Columnist, New York World Telegram and Sun, and other Scripps-Howard newspapers

PETERSON, William H. Author and economist

PITTERLEE, Merlin. Labor Editor, Business Week

RASKIN, A. H. Labor Editor, New York Times

REED, Ed. Editor, Brooklyn Eagle

REED, Ogden Jr. New York Herald Tribune

REESER, Carl. Editor, Business Week

RIESEL, Victor. Labor Columnist, New York Daily Mirror

ROGERS, Donald I. Financial Editor, New York Herald Tribune

RUPKAISER, Merle Stanley. Columnist, New York Journal American and International News Service

SALISBURY, Harrison. Former Moscow Correspondent, New York Times

SCHOENBRUN, David. News Correspondent, Columbia Broadcasting System

SCHORR, Daniel. Columbia Broadcasting System Television News

SHADEL, Bil.l Columbia Broadcasting System Television News

SHAW, Bruno. Author, editor, and commentator

SHEA, George. Financial Editor, Wall Street Journal

STAHL, Steve. Executive Vice President, Oklahoma Expenditures Council

STEEGER, Henry. Editor, Argosy

STELLADANO, Ralph. Newsweek

STHULMAN, Gunther. Associate Editor, American Mercury

TALBERT, Lt. Col. Ansel E. Editor, New York Herald Tribune

TAYLOR, Frank W. Journalist and former Editor, St. Louis Star Times

TROUT, Robert. News Commentator, Columbia Broadcasting System

WADELL, Richard. Management Editor, Business Week

WARREN, Lucian. Washington Correspondent, Buffalo Courier Express

WATSON, James. Educator, author, and editor

WHITE, William. Editor, Emporia Gazette

WILSON, Gil Robb. Editor/Publisher, Flying

WITKIN, Richard. United Press

YOUNG, John S. Commentator and writer


Index of Topics

AFL. See American Federation of Labor

Adenauer, Konrad, 9/16/53, 9/28/53

Agriculture, 7/23/51, 2/27/53, 3/9/53, 3/23/53, 3/27/53, 4/17/53, 5/20/53, 11/4/53, 1/27/54, 3/8/54, 4/30/54, 5/21/54, 6/4/54, 8/2/54, 12/17/54

Air Force (U.S.), 1/23/52

Airline industry, 12/7/53

Air power, 9/10/51, 10/3/51, 10/10/51, 12/5/51, 1/23/52, 8/27/52, 1/23/53, 8/4/54

Alaska, 2/15/52, 3/4/53, 2/19/54, 4/26/54

American Federation of Labor (AFL), 9/26/52

American Federation of Scientists, 8/20/54

American Indians, 11/26/52, 5/3/54

American-Korean Foundation, 7/21/54

American Veterans of World War II (AMVETS), 12/11/53

Antarctic, 12/8/54

Anti-Semitism, 1/28/53

Arctic, 12/8/54

Armed Forces, 11/12/51, 11/26/51, 1/23/52, 1/30/52, 3/3/52, 3/26/52, 7/18/52, 8/27/52, 2/4/53, 5/8/53, 3/3/54, 5/12/54

Armed Services Committee, 6/18/54

Army-McCarthy Hearings. See Senate Investigative Subcommittee

Army, U.S. See Armed Services

Asia, 11/30/51, 12/5/51, 12/10/51, 8/29/52, 2/16/53, 4/1/53, 5/29/53, 6/17/53, 1/29/54, 11/22/54, 12/20/54, 1/7/55, 1/28/55, 2/9/55

Association of American Indian Affairs, 5/3/54

Athletic scholarships, 12/21/51

Atomic energy, 11/28/52, 12/21/53, 12/28/53, 4/26/54, 5/24/54, 8/18/54, 8/23/54, 3/23/55

Atomic Energy Commission, 5/8/53, 8/23/54

Atomic weapons, U.S. See Nuclear weapons

Australia, 9/25/53, 9/15/54

Austria, 3/31/54

Automobile industry, 11/2/53, 3/17/54

Aviation industry, 1/23/53

Bangkok Conference, 2/23/55

Batista, Fulgencio, 9/7/53

Battle Act, 5/22/53

Benson, Ezra Taft, 2/27/53, 5/20/53, 11/4/53, 3/8/54, 4/30/54

Beveridge Plan, 5/28/54

Bohlen, Charles E., 3/23/53

Bricker amendment, 2/11/55

British Commonwealth, 12/22/52

Brown v. Board of Education, 3/21/55

Brownell, H‚bert, Jr., 12/23/53

Budget, federal, 11/5/51, 2/8/52, 6/2/52, 6/6/52, 8/15/52, 3/23/53, 3/5/54, 3/10/54, 6/28/54

Business, 3/7/52, 2/12/54

CIO. See Congress of Industrial Organizations

CIT. See Commercial Investment Trust Financial Corporation

Canada, 10/10/51, 11/28/52, 5/15/53

Capehart amendment, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 4/5/54

China. See Nationalist China, People's Republic of China

Churchill, Winston, 1/21/52

Citizens Committee for the Hoover Report, 1/11/52

Civil defense, 4/20/53, 8/19/53, 4/21/54, 9/1/54, 10/18/54, 11/10/54

Civilization, 11/12/54, 11/24/54

Civil liberties, 12/7/51, 10/1/52, 5/7/54

Civil rights, 5/30/52, 6/6/52, 7/28/52, 10/31/52

Civil service, 8/8/52

Civil Service Commission, 4/10/53

Cold war. See Foreign relations

Colleges. See Education

Colombo Plan, 9/25/53, 10/1/54

Commercial Investment Trust Financial Corporation (CIT), 10/23/53

Communism, 10/1/51, 10/17/51, 11/7/51, 11/16/51, 3/12/52, 3/21/52, 6/25/52, 7/2/52, 10/20/52, 11/14/52, 12/1/52, 12/3/52, 3/20/53, 5/22/53, 6/17/53, 1/13/54, 1/22/54, 2/5/54, 4/2/54, 5/5/54, 6/7/54, 8/11/54, 8/18/54, 9/15/54, 11/5/54, 11/22/54, 12/6/54, 12/10/54, 1/3/55, 1/10/55, 1/24/55, 2/9/55, 2/23/55, 3/18/55, 3/23/55

Communist Control Act, 8/25/54, 8/27/54

Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO), 9/3/54

Congress, U.S., 9/17/54; 82d, 1/16/52, 1/21/52 83d, 9/14/53, 12/23/53, 1/4/54, 6/18/54, 8/18/54, 8/23/54, 11/15/54, 1/12/55, 1/26/55, 1/28/55

Congressional investigating commissions, 5/17/54

Congressional investigating committees. See Douglas Congressional Committee, House Committee on Communist Aggression, House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC), Senate Investigative Subcommittee (Joseph R. McCarthy)

Congressional investigations, 6/20/52, 1/27/54, 3/1/54

Constituents, 9/14/53

Corporations, 12/20/54, 1/14/55

Corrupt Practices Act, 12/12/51

Corruption, in federal government, 12/12/51, 12/17/51, 1/7/52, 4/7/52, 10/8/52

Crime, 9/10/54

Cuba, 9/7/53

Cultures, American and Soviet, 3/21/52

Cyprus, 9/15/54

Czechoslovakia, 10/1/51, 3/10/52

Daniel, Price, 2/4/52

Defense, 10/3/51, 10/10/51, 6/4/52, 6/6/52, 7/18/52, 7/30/52, 8/11/52, 8/27/52, 12/15/52, 1/23/53, 4/13/53, 4/15/53, 5/22/53, 9/4/53, 10/21/53, 10/28/53, 11/18/53, 1/27/54, 2/17/54, 2/19/54, 6/18/54, 11/29/54, 3/7/55 See also Armed Forces, Nuclear weapons

Delaware, 1/7/52

Delinquency, 4/23/54

Democratic Party, 3/12/52, 7/28/52, 3/9/53, 8/31/53, 9/30/53, 11/20/53, 4/14/54, 5/10/54, 10/20/54

Democratic socialism, 5/7/54

Denmark, 11/7/51

Desegregation, 5/17/54, 6/4/54, 6/7/54, 6/23/54, 9/17/54, 10/6/54, 3/21/55, 3/25/55

Dirksen, Everett M., 5/23/52

District of Columbia, 6/23/54

Dixon-Yates atomic energy contract, 8/23/54

Douglas Congressional Committee, 11/14/51

Draft, 1/30/52, 2/4/53

Drugs, 4/18/54

Dulles, John Foster, 9/2/53

East Germany. See German Democratic Republic

Economy, 10/22/52, 1/12/53, 3/6/53, 1/1/54, 1/6/54, 3/8/54, 3/17/54, 3/29/54, 4/9/54/ 4/19/54, 4/28/54, 5/10/54, 7/5/54, 8/11/54, 3/23/55, 4/13/55

Education, 1/30/52, 4/30/52, 9/15/52, 8/30/54, 9/20/54

Egypt, 2/23/53

Eisenhower, Dwight D., 12/14/51, 12/19/51, 3/12/52, 3/28/52, 5/2/52, 7/14/52, 7/28/52, 8/15/52, 8/25/52, 9/1/52, 9/12/52, 9/15/52, 9/24/52, 10/8/52, 10/10/52, 8/31/53, 9/2/53, 9/30/53, 10/6/54, 10/29/54, 12/3/54, 12/13/54; administration of, 1/2/53, 1/9/53, 4/6/53, 4/10/53, 5/25/53, 6/1/53, 12/2/53, 12/18/53, 1/4/54, 1/6/54, 5/10/54, 6/4/54, 8/13/54, 12/29/54, 3/7/55 See also Election campaigns, Presidential (1952)

Election campaigns (1952) congressional, 9/29/52, 10/27/52; Presidential, 9/17/51, 10/19/51, 11/16/51, 11/26/51, 12/12/51, 12/14/51, 12/17/51, 12/19/51, 1/7/52, 1/14/52, 1/16/52, 1/25/52, 3/3/52, 3/12/52, 3/28/52, 4/11/52, 4/16/52, 5/2/52, 5/7/52, 5/16/52, 5/19/52, 5/30/52, 6/2/52, 6/6/52, 6/18/52, 6/25/52, 6/27/52, 7/11/52, 7/14/52, 7/28/52, 8/1/52, 8/15/52, 8/25/52, 9/12/52, 9/15/52, 9/24/52, 9/29/52, 10/8/52, 10/10/52, 10/15/52, 10/17/52, 10/24/52, 10/27/52, 10/29/52, 10/31/52, 11/17/52, 12/17/52, 4/3/53; senatorial, 2/4/52, 8/22/52, 9/8/52, 9/12/52, 9/19/52, 10/1/52, 10/10/52; 1954 congressional, 9/2/53, 9/9/53, 11/11/53, 11/20/53, 12/2/53, 12/18/53, 2/22/54, 4/30/54, 6/18/54, 10/6/54, 10/20/54, 10/29/54, 11/3/54; senatorial, 3/10/54, 3/29/54; 1956 Presidential, 11/8/54, 12/20/54

Electric power, 7/16/52, 3/23/55

Engineering, 1/21/53

English-speaking nations, 2/1/52

Ethics, 11/28/51, 10/8/52

Europe, 7/30/51, 9/28/51, 4/2/52, 8/18/52, 8/29/52, 9/3/52, 1/26/53, 1/4/54, 11/5/54, 11/17/54 See also names of individual countries

European Defense Community, 10/21/53, 12/21/53, 2/5/54, 3/24/54, 11/5/54

FBI. See Federal Bureau of Investigation

FTC. See Federal Trade Commission

Facts Forum organization, 1/16/53

Fair Campaign Practices Committee, 11/1/54

Fair Employment Practices Commission, 4/18/52, 10/3/52

Far East. See Asia, Indochina, Japan, Korea, Nationalist China, People's Republic of China, the Philippines, and Vietnam

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), 12/23/53

Federal government, 1/11/52, 2/6/52, 2/8/52, 2/15/52, 2/25/52, 2/29/52, 3/14/52, 4/7/52, 6/25/52, 7/16/52, 8/8/52, 11/26/52, 3/23/53, 10/28/53

Federal Housing Administration, 6/30/54

Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, 2/25/52

Federal Republic of Germany, 11/7/51, 1/18/52, 5/27/53, 6/10/53, 9/16/53, 9/28/53, 10/12/53, 10/16/53, 2/5/54, 10/8/54, 10/25/54, 11/5/54

Federal Reserve System, 11/14/51

Federal Trade Commission (FTC), 12/12/52, 5/13/53, 2/12/54

Florida, 10/3/52

Football, 12/21/51

Foreign aid, 7/30/51, 10/19/51, 12/17/51, 1/2/52, 10/20/52, 12/5/52, 9/16/53, 10/28/53, 11/9/53, 2/26/54, 6/28/54, 7/7/54, 7/9/54, 7/19/54, 11/17/54, 12/27/54, 12/29/54, 1/7/55

Foreign relations, U.S., 10/19/51, 10/26/51, 12/28/51, 1/21/52, 3/21/52,10/17/52, 11/14/52, 12/5/52, 1/19/53, 9/4/53, 12/21/53, 1/6/54, 12/17/54,1/7/55; Asia, 11/30/51, 12/5/51, 12/10/51, 2/16/53, 5/29/53, 6/17/53, 7/26/54, 1/7/55, 2/16/55; Cold war, 1/7/53, 1/26/53, 4/15/53, 8/28/53, 1/29/54, 10/1/54; Cuba, 9/7/53; Czechoslovakia, 10/1/51; Europe, 7/30/51, 4/2/52; France, 10/20/52; Great Britain, 9/3/52, 5/15/53, 8/17/53, 12/4/53, 2/5/54, 3/24/54; Iceland, 5/6/53; India, 9/24/51, 8/21/53, 1/13/54, 9/22/54, 12/6/54; Indochina, 5/7/54, 5/14/54; Indonesia, 3/31/52; Iran, 7/9/51, 9/28/51; Italy, 1/24/55; Japan, 8/27/51, 2/18/52; Korea, 2/22/52, 8/6/52, 12/19/52, 11/9/53, 3/19/54; Latin America, 7/16/51, 2/20/53; Middle East, 7/9/51, 9/28/51, 3/5/52, 3/12/52, 9/3/52, 1/7/53, 2/18/53; Nationalist China, 5/26/52, 2/9/53, 1/26/55, 2/9/55; Pakistan, 5/18/53, 2/26/54; People's Republic of China, 9/24/52, 7/26/54, 11/22/54, 3/30/55; Philippines, 3/12/54; Soviet Union, 2/18/52, 2/22/52, 3/21/52, 4/2/52, 7/30/52, 1/23/53, 11/12/54, 11/19/54, 1/17/55; Spain, 1/19/53, 2/20/53, 6/9/54, 7/28/54; Switzerland, 5/11/53; United Nations, 8/6/51, 10/12/51, 10/19/51, 2/22/52, 12/1/52, 12/3/52, 3/20/53, 5/4/53, 10/14/53, 7/26/54; Yugoslavia, 4/29/53 See also Foreign aid, Korean war

Formosa. See Nationalist China

France, 10/17/51, 10/20/52, 5/21/54, 5/24/54, 10/25/54, 3/16/55

Gambling, 10/31/51

Geneva Conference, 3/5/54, 3/19/54

Georgia, 4/14/54

German Democratic Republic, 1/18/52, 10/16/53, 1/17/55

Germany. See Federal Republic of Germany, German Democratic Republic

Great Britain, 6/25/51, 10/17/51, 11/5/51, 1/21/52, 1/23/52, 2/1/52, 8/24/53, 10/12/53, 2/5/54, 5/28/54, 10/15/54, 11/29/54; Egypt, 2/23/53; Foreign relations, 10/19/53, 11/13/53, 3/24/54; India, 12/22/52; Iran, 6/25/51, 7/9/51, 3/5/52, 11/19/52; Middle East, 9/3/52, 2/18/53, 2/23/53; People's Republic of China, 6/25/51, 8/27/51, 1/21/52, 3/2/53, 10/19/53, 12/4/53, 3/24/54, 11/29/54

Greece, 3/16/53, 9/15/54

Greenland, 11/7/51, 2/17/54

HUAC. See House Committee on Un-American Activities

Hawaii, 2/15/52, 6/13/52, 3/4/53, 3/27/53, 4/22/53, 1/11/54, 4/26/54

Health, 1/4/54, 4/7/54

Highway funds, 10/11/54

History, 11/12/54

Hong Kong, 9/24/54

Hoover Report on reorganization of government, 1/11/52

House Committee on Communist Aggression, 5/5/54

House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC), 1/30/53, 3/18/53, 3/30/53, 4/27/53, 8/4/54, 8/25/54

Hungary, 3/21/52, 1/3/55

Hydroelectric power, 7/16/52, 11/27/53

Hydrogen bomb. See Nuclear weapons

ICC. See International Chamber of Commerce

IRS. See Internal Revenue Service

Iceland, 5/6/53

Illiteracy, 3/22/54

Immigration, 8/18/54, 1/14/55

Income Tax. See Taxation

India, 9/24/51, 4/23/52, 12/22/52, 5/18/53, 8/21/53, 1/13/54, 2/26/54, 6/9/54, 7/28/54, 9/22/54, 12/6/54, 1/3/55

Indochina, 10/20/52, 12/21/53, 1/29/54, 2/8/54, 4/26/54, 5/7/54, 5/14/54, 5/17/54, 5/21/54, 5/24/54, 5/26/54, 6/4/54, 8/4/54, 12/6/54, 3/16/55

Indonesia, 3/31/52

Industry. See Automobile, Aviation, Railroad, Steel

Inflation, U.S., 9/10/51, 9/26/51, 11/14/51

Institute of Pacific Relations, 7/2/52

Inter-American relations, 7/16/51

Internal Revenue Service (IRS), 3/14/52, 6/19/53

Internal security, 10/12/51, 1/22/54, 1/27/54, 4/2/54

International Atomic Energy Agency (proposed), 12/9/53

International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. See World Bank

International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), 1/2/52

International Refugee Organization, 4/2/52

Iran, 6/25/51, 7/9/51, 9/28/51, 10/24/51, 3/5/52, 11/19/52

Israel, 5/12/52, 1/28/53, 9/21/53, 2/22/54, 11/15/54, 3/14/55

Italy, 5/19/54, 1/24/55, 3/18/55

Japan, 8/27/51, 2/18/52, 3/31/52, 8/29/52, 12/19/52, 9/15/54

Jessup, Philip C., 10/12/51, 10/19/51

Jordan River Development Plan, 11/25/53

Justice, Department of, 6/20/52, 2/12/54

Juvenile delinquency, 10/31/51

Kansas City, MO, 10/13/52

Katyn Forest Massacre, 3/24/52

Kefauver Committee, 12/1/52

Kefauver, Estes, 3/12/52

Kentucky, 12/8/52

Kersten amendment, 11/18/53

Korea, 12/19/52, 11/9/53, 3/19/54

Korean war, 6/11/51, 7/2/51, 8/6/51, 9/28/51, 10/26/51, 11/5/51, 11/16/51, 11/30/51, 12/5/51, 12/10/51, 7/18/52, 7/30/52, 8/20/52, 8/27/52, 10/8/52, 10/10/52, 11/10/52, 12/8/52, 1/26/53, 3/6/53, 3/9/53, 3/16/53, 3/20/53, 4/1/53, 4/6/53, 4/15/53, 5/4/53, 5/8/53, 10/9/53, 11/13/53, 12/16/53, 1/20/54, 1/29/54, 2/8/54, 3/1/54, 1/28/55

Labor, 9/26/51, 2/27/52, 9/26/52, 1/5/53, 4/9/54, 8/6/54, 8/11/54, 9/3/54; Department of, 4/16/54; international, 9/6/54

Ladejinsky Case, 1/14/55

Latin America, 2/20/53, 6/30/54, 1/10/55

League of Nations, 11/14/52

Lebanon, 10/14/53

Lodge, Henry Cabot, 8/22/52

Louisiana, 6/27/52, 2/2/53

Low-income housing, 1/8/54

Luxembourg, 8/18/52

MacArthur, Douglas, 8/27/51, 1/21/52

McCarran-Walter Immigration Act, 8/18/54, 1/14/55, 3/4/55

McCarran Committee, 7/2/52

McCarthy, Joseph R., 11/16/51, 12/7/51, 9/12/52, 9/15/52, 2/22/54, 3/1/54, 5/17/54, 5/26/54, 6/18/54, 7/19/54, 10/29/54, 11/15/54, 11/22/54, 11/26/54, 12/3/54, 12/10/54, 12/13/54, 12/27/54

McCarthyism, 9/29/52

Manila Conference, 9/22/54

Manila Treaty, 10/1/54

Marshall Plan, 4/2/52

Maryland, 9/17/51

Matusow, Harry, 3/25/55

Medical research funding, 10/30/53

Mental illness, 10/30/53, 4/22/55

Mesta, Perle, 8/18/52

Middle East, 7/9/51, 9/28/51, 12/28/51, 3/5/52, 3/12/52, 9/3/52, 1/7/53, 2/18/53, 2/23/53, 9/21/53, 10/14/53, 11/13/53, 12/14/53, 2/22/54, 3/14/55

Military. See Armed Forces, Defense Missionaries, 5/29/53

Mississippi, 2/15/52

Missouri River, 4/25/52

Morality, 12/31/51

Morocco, 10/14/53

Moslem nations, 5/18/53

Mutual security program, 6/6/52

NAM. See National Association of Manufacturers

NATO. See North Atlantic Treaty Organization

NEF. See Near East Foundation

Narcotics. See Drugs

National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), 11/30/53, 7/5/54

Nationalist China (Formosa), 5/26/52, 2/9/53, 1/21/55, 1/26/55, 1/28/55, 1/31/55, 3/7/55, 3/11/55, 4/1/55

Navy, U.S., 8/20/52

Near East Foundation (NEF), 3/5/52

Nehru, Jawaharlal, 9/24/51, 1/13/54

Netherlands, 6/10/53

New Jersey, 10/6/54

New York Curb Exchange, 2/6/52

New York, New York City, 1/5/53, 2/6/53, 4/9/54

New York Stock Exchange, 2/20/52

News events, 12/31/54

New Zealand, 3/2/53, 2/8/54

Nixon, Richard M., 9/19/52, 9/24/52

North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), 10/17/51, 11/7/51, 4/13/53, 6/10/53, 11/18/53

North Pole, 2/17/54

Northwest-Orient Airlines, 12/7/53

Nuclear energy. See Atomic energy

Nuclear warfare, 6/11/51, 7/18/52, 8/2/54

Nuclear weapons, 10/26/51, 9/4/53, 1/27/54, 2/5/54, 4/21/54, 4/26/54, 5/24/54, 11/29/54, 3/2/55

OAS. See Organization of American States Oklahoma, 3/17/52

Old age security program, 11/23/51

Olympic Games, 3/19/52

Oregon, 4/6/53

Organization of American States (OAS), 7/16/51

Otis, Bill, 10/1/51, 3/10/52

Overseas Information, (proposed) Department of, 2/29/52

Oxnam, G. Bromley, 4/27/53

Pakistan, 4/23/52, 5/18/53, 2/26/54

Pay equity, 4/16/54

Peace, 7/2/51, 2/29/52, 9/22/54

Peace talks, 7/3/51, 8/6/51, 11/30/51, 3/20/53, 10/9/53, 11/13/53, 12/16/53, 1/20/54, 2/8/54

Penal system, 2/14/55

People's Republic of China, 6/25/51, 8/27/51, 10/26/51, 1/21/52, 9/24/52, 2/9/53, 2/16/53, 3/2/53, 10/19/53, 12/4/53, 2/8/54, 3/19/54, 4/18/54, 5/19/54, 5/26/54, 7/7/54, 7/14/54, 7/23/54, 7/26/54, 7/28/54, 9/15/54, 9/24/54, 10/1/54, 10/15/54, 11/22/54, 11/29/54, 1/21/55, 1/28/55, 1/31/55, 2/2/55, 2/9/55, 2/21/55, 3/30/55

Petroleum, 6/25/51, 7/9/51, 9/28/51, 10/24/51, 3/5/52, 9/3/52, 11/19/52, 12/10/52, 12/12/52

Philippines, 3/12/54

Philippines Trade Act, 3/12/54

Poland, 11/2/51, 3/24/52

Polio, 7/12/54

Political parties, U.S., 1/16/53 See also Democratic Party,

Republican Party Post Office, U.S., 4/28/54

Presidency, U.S., 4/18/52, 12/29/54

Press, 12/26/51

Price control bill (1952), 1/25/52

Propaganda, 2/29/52, 3/21/52, 8/28/53, 1/3/55

Protocol officers, 3/26/54

Public housing, 10/4/54

Puerto Rico, 6/14/54

REA. See Rural Electrification Administration

RFC. See Reconstruction Finance Corporation

Racketeering, 12/30/53, 8/11/54

Railroad industry, 6/16/52

Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC), 6/11/52

Red Cross, 12/25/53

Religion, 12/24/52, 12/24/54, 3/9/55, 4/8/55

Rent-control law, 5/23/52

Republican Party, 4/11/52, 12/26/52, 3/18/53, 9/2/53, 5/10/54, 11/8/54, 12/10/54

Rockefeller Foundation, 1/2/53, 8/9/54

Rockets, 12/1/54

Rural Electrification Administration (REA), 11/27/53

Russia. See Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

SEC. See Securities and Exchange Commission

St. Lawrence Seaway, 2/2/53, 6/12/53, 6/25/54

Scientific research, 9/13/54

Securities, 2/6/52

Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), 2/6/52, 3/13/53

Senate Internal Security Committee, 4/17/53

Senate Investigative Subcommittee, 3/5/54, 11/26/54, 12/17/54, 3/25/55; and Joseph R. McCarthy, 6/18/54, 7/16/54, 7/19/54, 11/26/54

Socialism in Europe, 6/25/51, 11/14/52; in U.S., 6/25/51, 7/23/51, 10/1/52

Social programs, U.S. and British, 5/28/54

South Korea, 3/19/54 See also Korea

South Pole, 2/17/54

South Vietnam. See Vietnam

Southeast Asia, 3/12/52, 3/31/52, 7/26/54

Southern United States, 9/17/54

Soviet Union. See Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Space research, 8/16/54, 12/1/54

Spain, 10/19/51, 1/19/53, 2/20/53

Spanish Civil War, 1/19/53

Sparkman, John, 9/8/52

Stalin, Joseph, 3/4/53

Stassen Plan, 12/20/54

State Department, 3/26/54, 10/27/54

Steel industry, 4/14/52, 4/16/52, 4/28/52, 5/5/52, 5/7/52, 5/19/52, 7/18/52, 8/11/52

Stevens, Robert, 3/1/54

Stevenson, Adlai, 7/28/52, 8/25/52, 9/1/52, 9/30/53

Stock market, 2/20/52, 2/3/54, 12/20/54, 2/4/55

Sweden, 7/4/52

Switzerland, 11/24/52, 5/11/53

TVA. See Tennessee Valley Authority

TWU. See Transport Workers Union

Taft-Hartley Act, 10/31/52, 3/25/53, 9/14/53, 4/9/54, 8/6/54

Taft, Robert A., 10/19/51, 12/17/51, 3/28/52, 6/18/52, 6/27/52, 9/12/52, 3/9/53

Tariffs, 1/14/55, 1/21/55

Tax Foundation, 5/28/52

Taxation, 10/12/51, 10/29/51, 11/9/51, 1/16/52, 3/14/52, 5/28/52, 6/2/52, 8/15/52, 3/11/53, 9/23/53, 2/10/54, 3/10/54, 3/17/54, 3/29/54, 8/9/54, 4/6/55

Teamsters Union, 8/11/54

Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), 6/5/53

Texas, 2/4/52, 6/27/52, 3/27/53, 6/4/54

Thailand, 6/2/54, 6/16/54

Tidelands oil case, 2/4/52, 1/16/53, 3/27/53

Trade, 8/29/52, 3/9/53, 8/24/53, 9/16/53, 4/19/54, 5/19/54, 6/30/54, 12/27/54

Transport Workers Union (TWU), 1/5/53

Treasurer of the U.S., 11/6/53

Treasury, Department of, 4/3/53, 11/6/53

Trieste, 2/15/54, 5/19/54

Truman, Harry S., 4/14/52, 4/16/52, 5/19/52, 5/21/52, 7/14/52, 9/1/52, 12/3/52, 9/9/53, 11/16/53; administration of, 11/21/51, 10/15/52, 1/9/53

Turkey, 12/10/52, 3/16/53, 1/25/54, 2/26/54

UFO. See Unidentified Flying Objects

U.N. See United Nations

UNESCO. See United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization

USO. See United Service Organizations

Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs), 8/4/52, 8/16/54

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 6/11/51, 9/3/51, 11/2/51, 12/5/51, 1/21/52, 1/23/52, 2/18/52, 2/22/52, 3/21/52, 4/2/52, 7/30/52, 1/7/53, 1/23/53, 1/28/53, 5/25/53, 1/6/54, 2/15/54, 3/31/54, 11/12/54, 11/19/54, 1/17/55, 2/21/55, 3/9/55

United Nations (U.N.), 6/11/51, 6/25/51, 7/2/51, 8/6/51, 10/12/51, 10/19/51, 10/26/51, 2/22/52, 11/10/52, 11/14/52, 12/1/52, 12/3/52, 12/8/52, 2/9/53, 3/20/53, 4/15/53, 5/4/53, 9/18/53, 10/2/53, 10/14/53, 10/26/53, 2/8/54, 3/5/54, 6/2/54, 6/16/54, 7/7/54, 7/14/54, 7/23/54, 7/26/54, 7/28/54, 9/15/54, 10/1/54, 10/22/54, 11/22/54, 1/28/55, 2/2/55

United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), 1/5/55

United Service Organizations (USO), 2/3/54

U.S. Military Academy (West Point), 8/2/54

U.S. Steel. See Steel industry

Universities. See Education

Uranium deposits, 5/24/54

Urban renewal, 2/11/53, 3/29/54, 10/4/54

Utah, 5/19/52, 6/2/52

VFW. See Veterans of Foreign Wars

VOA. See Voice of America Veterans, 12/11/53, 6/21/54, 11/10/54

Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), 11/10/54

Veteran's legislation, 5/8/53

Vietnam, 2/16/55, 3/16/55 See also Indochina

Voice of America (VOA), 3/18/53

Wage Stabilization Board, 2/25/52, 5/5/52, 5/7/52

Washington, DC. See District of Columbia

Watkins Committee, 10/8/54

West Germany. See Federal Republic of Germany

West Point. See U.S. Military Academy

Wisconsin, 1/25/52, 6/25/52, 9/12,52, 11/17/52

Women, 11/12/51, 8/8/52, 4/3/53, 10/2/53, 11/6/53, 11/20/53, 4/16/54, 5/12/54

World Bank, 4/21/52

World Health Organization, 4/7/54

Yalta Conference, 8/27/51

Yugoslavia, 12/3/51, 3/16/53, 4/29/53

Zwicker, Ralph, 2/22/54

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