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

Length: 53:32 minutes
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; P. F. Sloan, (Guest)

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

Getting Out of Life's Traps (click on title to listen to program, please. )

Length: 58:29
Russ Gibb, (Host) ; Harold Bosley, (Guest)
The Rev. Dr. Harold Bosley was pastor of Christ Methodist Church in New York City from 1940-1974. He also often spoke to youth and college groups.
Topics: Cold war; Juvenile development; Popular culture; Radio program
ID: DA-1518

Will Czechoslovakia Be Allowed to Live Free? (click on title to listen to program, please. )

Length: 59:02 minutes:seconds
Del Shields, (Host) ; Harrison Salisbury, (Guest)
Harrison Evans Salisbury (1908-1993) was an American journalist and the first regular New York Times correspondent in Moscow after World War II. In 1968, he was assistant managing editor of the New York Times and had written several books about the Soviet Union. Less than four months before this program, Czechoslovakia was invaded by four Warsaw Pact nations - the Soviet Union, Bulgaria, Hungary, and Poland - on the night of 20–21 August 1968. Callers ask about the intent of the Soviet Union, about Communism, and a comparison of the Soviet Union in Hungary in 1956 and in Czechoslovakia in 1968. There are also comparisons between the unrest in the U.S. in 1968, and the demonstrations in the streets of Prague. Salisbury points out the U.S. in the 1960s had positive relations with several Communist states and had been improving relations with Czechoslovakia until the invasion.
Topics: Cold war; Europe; Radio program
ID: NC0136