ER discusses several topics, including the treatment of "enemy aliens," the preparation for the relocation of Japanese Americans to internment camps, the need for women in war work, and the need for Americans to act as global citizens during wartime.
Recorded in Seattle five days after the attack on Pearl Harbor. ER discusses the civilian defense efforts she observed during her west coast trip. She also discusses what to do in the event of an air raid and the upcoming Bill of Rights Day.
ER discusses several topics, including a Congressional investigation into the motion pictures industry, the death of Louis Brandeis and his impact on freedom of speech, the US Navy, and industrial accidents and their effects on wartime production.
ER expresses her opposition to cuts to New Deal programs like the National Youth Administration and the Civilian Conservation Corps. ER interviews Agnes King Inglis about her research on refugees from Europe.