Commentators

Dr.Benjamin Spock 0

January 8, 1968 – Civil Rights; In Anticipation Of A Long-Hot Summer – Indicting Dr. Spock – The First Heart Transplant

January 8,1968 – Newsfront – Eastern Educational Network – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – January 8, 1968 – Anticipation of a year of protests. The year was starting off with warnings from Civil Rights leaders that Summer of 1968 was going to be potentially just as hot as summers past,...

Brazil - dictatorships and coups 0

December 18, 1968 – Brazil: Land Of Instability – New York: Land Of Endless Strikes

December 18, 1968 – Newsfront – Eastern Educational Network – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – December 18, 1968 – news from Brazil this day – much of it not good. In Rio de Janiero, a spokesman for the Brazilian government said a plot organized by former Governor Lacerda and former...

President Trumen (with Sen. Hubert Humphrey) - 1949 0

November 12, 1949 – Election Night: 1949 – A strike Is Settled – Grandfather Of The Year – Armistice Day: 1949

November 12, 1949 – Voices and Events- NBC Radio – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – November 12, 1949 – Sixty-nine years ago – an election was held, the coal strike was settled and in 1949 it was still Armistice Day. Election night 1949 – the off-year election held many races...

British PM Chamberlain 1938 0

Summits And Promises – Crisis In Munich – September 27-30, 1938 – Past Daily Reference Room

September 27-30,1938 – BBC Home Service – NBC Radio Blue Network – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – The recent world developments have brought a plethora of speculation and comparisons. One that stands out is a series of events which took place in 1938, some 80 years ago, between then-Czechoslovakia, France,...

Elliot Richardson - Issues & Answers - 1970 0

May 1970 – Secretary Of State Elliot Richardson On Policy, Protest And Public Opinion – Weekend Reference Room

Secretary Of State Elliot Richardson On Issues & Answers – ABC News – May 12, 1970 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – With the tide of opposition to the Vietnam War and our escalation of the war into Cambodia, and with the deaths of four students earlier in the week...