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The Indo-Pakistani Conflict (click on title to listen to program, please. )

Date:1965-09-21
Length: 53:48 minutes
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; Richard S. Wheeler, (Guest)

Topics: India-Pakistan Conflict, 1965; International relations; Radio program
ID: DA-1062

Are We on the Eve of Destruction? (click on title to listen to program, please. )

Date:1965-10-07
Length: 53:32 minutes
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; P. F. Sloan, (Guest)

Topics: Cold war; International relations; Radio program
ID: DA-1072

Can the U.N. Help People Live Together Peacefully? (click on title to listen to program, please. )

Date:1965-10-25
Length: 53:02
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; William Powell, (Guest)

Topics: International relations; Radio program; United Nations
ID: DA-1154

Is Viet Nam Necessary? (click on title to listen to program, please. )

Date:1965-11-23
Length: 59:05
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; Andy Borg, (Guest)
Commander Andy Borg was the Commander-in-Chief of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He had just returned from a tour of Viet Nam to talk with the troops. He served as a judge advocate in the military, and was a lawyer in Wisconsin. He spoke from his home in Superior, Wisconsin.
Topics: International relations; Radio program; Vietnam
ID: DA-1347

What is the Peace Corps All About? (click on title to listen to program, please. )

Date:1965-12-01
Length: 58:04
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; Warren Wiggins, (Guest)
The guest, Warren Wiggins, was the deputy director of the Peace Corps. He was speaking from Washington DC.
Topics: International relations; Peace Corps; Radio program
ID: DA-1416

What Can I Do to Help Cuban Refugees? (click on title to listen to program, please. )

Date:1965-12-03
Length: 58:10
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; Michael Pziek, (Guest)
The guest is The Rev. Michael Pziek of North Miami Beach FL. Pziek was director of the Miami office of Church World Service. He was born in Cuba of Russian parents. He had spent the previous five years in Miami assisting Cuban refugees.
Topics: International relations; Radio program
ID: DA-1424

How Does the Congo Crisis Affect Americans? (click on title to listen to program, please. )

Date:1965-12-06
Length: 57:56
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; Rene Lemarchand, (Guest)
Dr. Rene Lemarchand was assistant professor of political science at the University of Florida. He was in Gainesville FL. He was also director of the African Center at the university.
Topics: International relations; Radio program
ID: DA-1418

Can the Vietnamese Ever Govern Themselves? (click on title to listen to program, please. )

Date:1965-12-07
Length: 58:41
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; James D. Keys, (Guest)
The guest is James D. Keys, from Washington DC. Keys was from the Agency for International Development. He had just spend a year as a public administration advisor in Viet Nam, training members of the South Vietnamese government.
Topics: International relations; Radio program; Vietnam
ID: DA-1419

How the Church is Surviving in the Congo Crisis (click on title to listen to program, please. )

Date:1965-12-13
Length: 57:49
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; David Reed, (Guest)
The guest, David Reed, was at home in Pound Ridge, New York. He was an editor for the Reader's Digest, and author of a new book: "111 Days in Stanleyville". He had spent years in Africa and was in Congo during the 1964 rebellion.
Topics: International relations; Radio program
ID: DA-1423

The Refugee in the Spirit of Christmas for Today's World (click on title to listen to program, please. )

Date:1965-12-22
Length: 58:42
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; Leo Cherne, (Guest)
The guest, Leo Cherne, spoke from his home in New York City. He was a sculpter, executive director of the Research Institute of America, and chairman of the International Rescue Committee, which resettled refugees around the world.
Topics: International relations; Radio program
ID: DA-1515