FACTS FORUM PANEL RADIO AND TV PROGRAMS (Continued)
No. 72-A — How Peaceful Is Our Coexistence?
Guest: Devin Garrity, president of Devin-Adair Publishing Co.
No. 73-A — 1/ ho Is the Vext President?
Guest: Larry Newman of Thv American Weekly
No. 74-A — Can Organized (rime lie Combatted?
<-i i->r: J nd at- I.mi is Goldst fin, former District Attorney and prosecuting at tor" -lin J ^
Kings County, Nt"*1. \ ork
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No. 75-A— Are Schools I sod for Propaganda?
Guest: Professor I". Merrill Root. Earlliam College, Richmond, Indiana
*No. 76-A — UNESCO — Good or Bad Influence? d','S.
Guest: Vfillmoore Kendall, Professor of political science at Yale tTniversity, and Te,,,
editor of The National Review
*No. 77-A — How Hot Is the Cold (I or?
Gi est: Vrnaud de Borchgrave, Foreign \IT.iir-- Editor of Newsweek
*No. 78-A — How Influential Is TV in imerican Life?
Guest: Charles Alicoate, Executive Editor of Radio TV Daily and Film Daily
Programs lo be featured in Jntinntsv
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A weekly radio panel of veteran news reporters who interrogate top business or govern*0'""1"
strategists on prominent subjects in the dailj press. Facts Forum Reporters1 Roundup each o!.',','lk
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Robert F. Hurlei"li is the moderator of this program, where by-lines make headlill
The subjects and the guests featured during November and December, 1955, were s h
claiming headline attention in the press: s>i.„.„
The /Veto Look Behind Russian Smiles
Guest: Sen. Alexander Wiley (R-Wiscondn)
The Merits of a Ton glut Foreign Policy ftlK|
Guest: Sen. Jo-e-pli McCarthy e I'-Wi-innsin) l-.aei.a
A cic Strategy of Cold ll nr mid Propaganda Since Geneva t
Guest: Theodore C. Streibert, Director of United States Information Agency I .'Vt
Use of Imerican Taxpayers Dollars for Support of Foreign Nations *«isin
Hum: Sen. Th.'...Inn- Francis Green ' l)-l!lniile' [iland) a
Political Observations '• -..t.'.,',
Guest; Ke'titiieky", Governor Albert II. (.handler 'lie!,,
Presidential News - State <>/ the Nation on Eve of President Eisenhower Pnrn-st
liiiiivcrsiirv in the H hite House
Guest: Press Secretary James C. Hagerty
Revieic oi Million's Economy for 1955-1956
Guest: Clifford F. Hood, I'rc-iilent of United Stales Steel Co.
\cic i orh Governor tecrcll Iliirriiiinti's Candidacy
111 EST: Carmine C. de Sapio, Secretary of State (New York) and Democrat
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