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Tagged: Antonin Scalia

Georgia Protests 0

April 10, 1989 – Day Of Rising Demands – Soviet Georgia – Abortion Rights

April 10, 1989 – CBS World News Roundup – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – April 10, 1989 – A day full of protests – one loud but peaceful – one peaceful but deadly. In the Soviet republic of Georgia, a peaceful protest and general strike for autonomy turned deadly, as...

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Nixon and Watergate 0

August 18, 1973 – “I Had No Prior Knowledge Of The Watergate Break-in”

August 18, 1973 – CBS Radio: The World This Week – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – August 18, 1973 – The end of a hair-raising week worth of Watergate and the end of an excursion into Cambodia. On August 14th, the bombing campaign of Cambodia by American Air Force bombers...

Supreme Court Justice Earl Warren 0

A Supreme Court Justice Speaks – Earl Warren 1972 – Past Daily Reference Room

Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren – Interviewed by Abram Sachar – May 1972 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – With all the controversy surrounding the proposed appointment of a Supreme Court Justice to replace the late Antonin Scalia, and all the strange political machinations taking place because of it,...

Broadcasting and the First Amendment 0

Antonin Scalia And Eric Sevareid On The First Amendment And Broadcasting – 1973 – Past Daily Reference Room

The First Amendment and Broadcasting – Antonin Scalia – Eric Sevareid et al. – March 27, 1973 – NPR – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – The First Amendment and Broadcasting – in 1973, a hot button topic and one which further drove wedges between already fractured elements of our society....

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1956 – The GOP Gears Up For A Convention

1956 Convention Preview – Meet The Press – Washington Governor Arthur B. Langli – June 24, 1956 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection- Sixty years ago, it was Convention season – The Democrats were getting ready to nominate (for a second time) Adlai Stevenson and the Republicans were staying the Ike....

April 5, 1979 1

April 5, 1979 – Surviving TMI

April 5, 1979 – CBS World News Roundup – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – April 5, 1979 – The disaster at 3-Mile Island (known to locals and the media as TMI) was still going on, even though signs were looking cautious but hopeful and an investigation was well underway. Many...

Cole Porter 1

Star-Studded Protest – 1941 – Weekend Gallimaufry

ASCAP Protest program Number 2 – 1941 – Gordon Skene Sound Collection – A star-studded protest – all in the name of music and rights and royalties. This one happened in 1941 and was about the three major radio networks refusing to air music licensed by ASCAP because of an...

President Eisenhower 0

Pres. Eisenhower Talks About Fear – April 4, 1954 – Past Daily Reference Room

President Eisenhower – National Radio Address – “Fear” – April 5, 1954 – Gordon Skene Sound collection President Eisenhower – at the height of the Cold War, when apprehension was at its highest level. When fear over another war, or worse, domination by a Soviet Satellite over any country in...