ER discusses heroin addiction among teenagers with Harry Anslinger, commissioner of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, Dr. Kenneth W. Chapman of the Bureau of Medical Services U.S. Public Health Service, and Max Rubinstein, a principal of a New York City junior high school.
ER sits down with Secretary of the Army Frank Pace, Jr., Secretary of the Navy Charles P. Matthews, and Secretary of the Air Force Thomas K. Finletter to discuss the increasing tensions in the Korean War. And to address the problems with the rivalries between the Army, Navy, and Air Force.
Elliott Roosevelt moderates as Senator William Benton, Senator Homer Ferguson, Senator Owen Brewster, and Congressman Samuel Yorty debate whether Truman was right in relieving General Douglas MacArthur of his command of United Nations forces in Korea. Elliott Roosevelt and his guests respond to...
ER spends her Easter episode by having Rev. Dr. Franklin Frye, president of the United Lutheran Church of America, to discuss the circumstances of refugees from all over the world. Musical guests William Warfield and the Cantata Singers perform selections from Bach's Passion According to St. John.
ER discusses the problems of inflation and price control during the Korean War with Leon Keyserling, chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, Allen B. Klein, president of the American Farm Bureau, and George Harrison, Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks.
ER and guests, writer Rebecca West and Sir Hartley Shawcross, president of the Board of Trade in England, discuss the problems of domestic communism and their shared foreign policy concerns, including the USSR and Germany.