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Carol Laise Bunker

Tuesday, November 28, 1967

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November 28, 1967
Carol Laise (November 14, 1917 – July 25, 1991) was an American civil servant, ambassador to Nepal and the first woman Assistant Secretary of State.
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Carlos Lacerda

Wednesday, November 15, 1967

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Carlos Lacerda, former governor of Guanabara State (Rio de Janeiro city) speaks about the "struggle for democracy in Brazil." Staunchly anti-communist, Lacerda has been imprisoned numerous times because of his stance ...

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Evaluation of Soviet Power

Sunday, November 12, 1967

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Second in the new series: the Edward R. Murrow World Affairs Forum.

H. Lehman bring the meeting to an open, noting that tomorrow is the 50th anniversary of ...

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Bui Diem

Wednesday, September 13, 1967

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William Atwood is introduced and provides the introduction to the Ambassador of the Republic of Vietnam to the United States, Bui Diem. Atwood notes that he is founder and owner of ...

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Edward J. Fitzgerald

Wednesday, April 05, 1967

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Edward J. Fitgerald, Director of the Manhattan District Internal Revenue Service discusses his role working with developing nations to establish tax collection. He previously work with countries in Africa and is ...

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Secretary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz

Wednesday, March 01, 1967

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Wirtz begins by telling a few jokes.

He addresses unethical behavior among reporters, who misuse quotations, or seek to focus on scandal rather than positive news. He decries ...

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Judge Harold R. Medina

Thursday, February 23, 1967

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Medina discusses the Reardon Report and the roll of the press in covering court cases.
The report, which advocated restrictions on the release and publication of information about people accused ...

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Juscelino Kubitschek

Wednesday, October 19, 1966

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From card catalog: Juscelino Kubitschek, former Pres. of Brazil, speaks of Latin America, communist threat, Brazil and its problems, Castro, the Church, etc.

Joe New man introduces the ...

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Jacob Javits

Wednesday, September 14, 1966

U.S. Senator says war in Vietnam will be won by the winner of the hearts and minds of the people.

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Richard Nixon

Tuesday, September 13, 1966

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Former Vice President Richard Nixon addresses an enthusiastic audience.

He relates a story about raising money for the Republican Party.

Nixon then moves on to ...

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Whitney Young

Wednesday, August 10, 1966

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Whitney Young discusses civil rights and social issues. He notes that while the US government spent huge sums of money to aid European countries in the post World War II era, ...

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Arthur Sylvester

Wednesday, July 06, 1966

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Unnamed male speaker welcomes the guests and makes reference to an earlier event held in honor of a reporter killed in the line of duty.

Victor Riesel, president ...

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George Reedy

Tuesday, June 28, 1966

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Frank O'Connor jokes about being the subject of a plot because he was not expecting to speak. Pays tribute to George Reedy, the guest of honor for the day.
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Jack Vaughn

Wednesday, June 22, 1966

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Guests on the dais are introduced.
Victor Riesel speaks for some time.

Jack Vaughn, director of the Peace Corps appointed by President Johnson speaks about the role ...

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Lincoln Gordon

Friday, June 17, 1966

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Begins abruptly.

[Note on tape box indicates the only first 29 minutes of this program were aired on the radio due to limited air time]

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Leonard Marks

Wednesday, June 01, 1966

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Victor Riesel opens with remarks, then introduces Leonard Marks, director of the United States Information Agency.

Marks discusses the state of press in the United States and abroad. ...

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John Hoenberg

Wednesday, May 25, 1966

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John Hoenberg, journalist, author and Columbia Graduate School of Journalism professor speaks. He discusses foreign correspondents and their place abroad. He notes that age does not restrict reporters from working as ...

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Bel Kaufman

Wednesday, March 23, 1966

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Author of "Up the Down Staircase," Bel begins her talk by mentioning that her first work published was a poem she wrote at age 7. She speaks about how she became ...

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William P. Bundy

Wednesday, March 16, 1966

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Assistant Secretary of State William P. Bundy describes his recent trip through Southeast Asia. He specifically talks about the threat of Communist China and North Vietnam.


Bundy is asked specifically ...

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John Lindsay

Wednesday, March 09, 1966

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Mayor John Lindsay speaks the day after implementing a city tax for residents of the city of New York as well as on commuters who earn their income in the city. ...

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