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.
In the opening segment, ER awards a community service citation to Florence L. Harrison, director of the Service Bureau for Women's Organizations, for her organization's work in providing services to women's organizations in Connecticut. In the second segment, ER and Elliott respond to a...
In the opening segment, ER and respond to a listener's question regarding the burning of a communist controlled Malaysian Village by British soldiers. In the following segment, ER interviews Colonel Mary Hallaren, commanding officer of the Women's Army Corps (WAC).
Recording quality is poor. Occasionally the recording skips for several seconds. At end the recording becomes inaudible and not transcribed. In the opening segment, ER and Elliott Roosevelt respond to a listener's question about what to do when neither the Democrats nor Republicans appeal to an...
In this segment, ER and Elliott respond to a listener's question regarding conscientious objectors. In the following segment, ER interviews James Horan and Howard Swiggett, authors of "The Pinkerton Story."
This recording was produced while ER was in Geneva, Switzerland. In the opening segment, ER and Elliott Roosevelt respond to a listener's question regarding Swiss neutrality. In the following segment, ER interviews Dr. Paul Ruegger, president of the International Red Cross.
In the opening segment,ER and Elliott Roosevelt commemorate the first anniversary of the Korean War by detailing what led to the conflict. In the interview segment, ER asks Carl Dodd, winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor, to describe his wartime experiences.