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Harry J. Carman

Thursday, May 14, 1942

This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.

Dr. Nelson Mead introduces Harry J. Carman, the final speaker in the Our Stake in the War series. He is a professor of History at Columbia University. Carman's speech is titled ...

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Gardner Murphy: Freedom From Fear

Thursday, May 07, 1942

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Murphy, chairman of the Department of Psychology at City College, talks about fear: "We live in a world of danger." People must be provided a constructive task, in daily life and ...

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Ordway Tead: Freedom From Want

Thursday, April 30, 1942

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WNYC announcer calls this the ninth in a series of lectures arranged by the Civilian Defense Council of City College, then introduces Tead, the chairman of the Board of Higher Education. ...

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Dr. Henry Neumann

Thursday, April 16, 1942

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Gustav F. Schultz, Chairman of the Department of Public Speaking at City College introduces the day's speaker, Dr. Henry Neumann, leader of the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture, and author of ...

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George N. Schuster: Immigrants All, Americans All

Thursday, April 09, 1942

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Schuster, the President of Hunter College, addresses the topic "Immigrants All, Americans All."

Who is an American? The first settlers ever to come to these shores. Those settlers ...

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Everett R. Clinchy: Freedom of Religion

Thursday, March 26, 1942

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WNYC announcer introduces program and Clinchy, President of the National Council of Christians and Jews, who talks on Freedom of Religion. Richard B. Morris, Director of Civilian Defense at City College, ...

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Jan Masaryk - Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Czechoslovak Republic : "The influence of American democracy in Europe".

Friday, February 13, 1942

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7th in the series. Jan Masaryk speaks about the influence exerted by the United States in his own life, as well as the model it represented to many Europeans. Hosted by ...

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Joseph Wisan - "Civilian defense training courses".

Friday, February 13, 1942

This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.

Professor Joseph Wisan speaks on the war education efforts undertaken by City College.


Audio courtesy of the City University of New York


WNYC archives id: 73846

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Bernhard Ostrolenk

Thursday, February 12, 1942

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Described as the third in a series presented by City College on the general subject "The Democracies will Win." Today's speech is titled "The Tools of Victory: Man power and machine ...

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D. Sharp

Thursday, January 29, 1942

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An unidentified speaker (label indicates the name is D. Sharp) delivers an update on the war effort and makes general claims about patriotism and the role of citizens in the war. ...

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