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.
In the opening segment, ER and Elliott Roosevelt respond to a listener's question about whether or not people who admit to having former Communist affiliations should have their livelihoods jeopardized because of it. In the interview segment, ER's guest is Paul Hoffman, author of Peace Can Be Won.
In the New Years Day episode, ER and her guests read messages of peace. Her guests are: Ambassador Hernan Santa Cruz of Chile, French Premier René Plevin, Sir Benegal Rau of India, Ambassador Abba Eban of Israel, General Carlos Romulo of the Philippines and Sir Gladwyn Jebb of Great Britain. In...
6/12/05 and Each Gelman Library System Annual Report describes the activities, accomplishments, and goals set by the George Washington University's main library for each fiscal year. Reports in this collection range from 1990 to the present.