|Description:||Narrated by Charles Collingwood and Douglas Edwards (Edward Murrow ill). Olan Tice, announcer. Content includes: Eric Sevareid comments on Dwight Eisenhower's address to Congress, then Congressional reactions. Senator Robert Taft speaks out against Truman Administration policies in Europe, Sam Rayburn doesn't share Taft's views. Vice President Alben Barkley talks about Rayburn's long tenure as Speaker of the House. British Prime Minister Atlee raises taxes and reaction from man on the street about meat rationing. Developments in Korea. Famine in India and Eleanor Roosevelt on why we should help out. The A-bomb in Nevada, reaction to a test by the public. National League's 75th anniversary.|| Click to hear radio program|
Interviewing on radio
Korean War, 1950-1953
Nuclear weapons 1884-1962
Radio talk shows
|Person:||Barkley, Alben William, 1877-1956 |
Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David), 1890-1969
Friendly, Fred W.
Murrow, Edward R.
|Date:||February 2, 1951|
|Resource type:||Sound recordings|
|Original:||sound track film reel, 59:10: analog, 7 1/2 ips; 10 1/2 inches|
|Collection:||The John R. Hickman Collection|
|Rights:||Reproduction and copyright information regarding this recording is available from the American University Library -- Special Collections.|
|Programs:||News programs -- Hear It Now|
|Repository:||American University Library -- Special Collections|